Erica Hellerstein

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Access to abortion is already limited to 20 or so clinics in Texas. Now a federal court ruling could close down even more. Yesterday, in  Whole Woman’s Health v.

Could Texas Become Nearly Abortion-Free?

Access to abortion is already limited to 20 or so clinics in Texas. Now a federal court ruling could close down even more. Yesterday, in Whole Woman’s Health v.

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