Aug 21, 2015

El Paso abortion clinic will be first to reopen in Texas - Houston Chronicle

The clinic first sought a license six months ago and believed its efforts would be further helped by a June 29 Supreme Court ruling that suspended parts of Texas' abortion restrictions, which were approved in 2013 and are among the most-stringent in the nation. U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel provided that Monday, ordering Texas not to enforce a rule that clinics must meet hospital-like surgical...

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