A woman entered Choice Clinic, formerly Whole Woman's Health Clinic, last week in Austin, Texas, after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down some of Texas’ abortion restrictions, Pro-choice advocates begrudgingly acknowledge however that women are not likely to see new clinics anytime soon to replace the dozens that folded in the state since 2013.
A woman entered Choice Clinic, formerly Whole Woman's Health Clinic, last week in Austin, Texas, after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down some of Texas’ abortion restrictions, Pro-choice advocates begrudgingly acknowledge however that women are not likely to see new clinics anytime soon to replace the dozens that folded in the state since 2013. Eric Gay Associated Press
A woman entered Choice Clinic, formerly Whole Woman's Health Clinic, last week in Austin, Texas, after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down some of Texas’ abortion restrictions, Pro-choice advocates begrudgingly acknowledge however that women are not likely to see new clinics anytime soon to replace the dozens that folded in the state since 2013. Eric Gay Associated Press

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