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Sunday, October 13, 2013

University of Texas Study Shows Nearly 23,000 Women Could Be Denied Abortions

American-Statesman: Study: 22,286 Texas Women Could Be Denied Abortions, by Chuck Lindell (Oct. 2):

A University of Texas study indicates that more than 22,200 Texas women would be prevented from obtaining an abortion in the next year if stricter regulations go into effect later this month, a court filing shows.

The study results, submitted to federal court this week by abortion providers seeking to block the regulations, was conducted by UT’s Texas Policy Evaluation Project, a three-year collaboration that measures the impact of state laws affecting reproductive health. . . .

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