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After California passed the Reproductive FACT Act in 2015, a number of anti-abortion pregnancy clinics filed lawsuits. The Supreme Court says it will consider the law in its upcoming session. One of the clinics was the East County Pregnancy Care Clinic in El Cajon, Calif., seen here in a file photo. Becky Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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For Many Women, The Nearest Abortion Provider Is Hundreds Of Miles Away

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In response to an anti-abortion march in McAllen, Texas, many pro-abortion rights demonstrators encircled the Whole Woman's Health clinic, which is the only abortion provider in the Rio Grande Valley. Courtesy of Laura Molinar hide caption

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At Texas Clinic, 2 Women Explain What Changed Their Minds On Abortion

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The examining rooms in the Fort Worth clinic do not meet the emergency-room-like standards of the Texas abortion law known as HB 2. It would cost more than $1 million to upgrade this facility, and the clinic's operators say it would be forced to close. Barry Gordemer/NPR hide caption

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Supreme Court Tests Texas' New Restrictions On Abortion

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