Jun 09, 2015

Appeals Court Upholds Texas' Abortion Restrictions | The Texas Tribune

In a blow to the state's abortion providers, federal appeals judges on Tuesday upheld a state law requiring nearly all Texas facilities that perform the procedure to meet hospital-like standards.   

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