Planned Parenthood organizations that operate in Missouri had previously announced an expansion of abortion services to Kansas City, Columbia, Joplin and Springfield after a judge halted a state law restricting the practice. A bill passed Tuesday may put that expansion at risk. Here, supporters and opponents of abortion rights demonstrated in July 2015 outside Planned Parenthood in Columbia.
Planned Parenthood organizations that operate in Missouri had previously announced an expansion of abortion services to Kansas City, Columbia, Joplin and Springfield after a judge halted a state law restricting the practice. A bill passed Tuesday may put that expansion at risk. Here, supporters and opponents of abortion rights demonstrated in July 2015 outside Planned Parenthood in Columbia. File photo by The Associated Press
Planned Parenthood organizations that operate in Missouri had previously announced an expansion of abortion services to Kansas City, Columbia, Joplin and Springfield after a judge halted a state law restricting the practice. A bill passed Tuesday may put that expansion at risk. Here, supporters and opponents of abortion rights demonstrated in July 2015 outside Planned Parenthood in Columbia. File photo by The Associated Press

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