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Friday, March 7, 2014

Rio Grande Valley in South Texas Now Without Abortion Providers After Two More Clinics Shut Down in Wake of New Law

The New York Times:  Abortion Law Pushes Texas Clinics to Close Doors, by Manny Fernandez:

Shortly before a candlelight vigil on the sidewalk outside, employees of the last abortion clinic in the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas shut the doors early Thursday evening, making legal abortion unavailable in the poorest part of the state in the wake of tough new restrictions passed last year by the Texas Legislature. . . .

See also: CBS: 400-mile stretch of Texas now without an abortion clinic

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