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U.S. clinics scramble as courts, politicians battle over abortion restrictions

U.S. clinics scramble as courts, politicians battle over abortion restrictions

SHARON BERNSTEIN WITH West Virginia's 1849 abortion ban tied up in court and its conservative legislature stymied over details of enacting a new one, the state's only abortion clinic ought to be operating as usual. But the chaotic legal and political environment in the two months since the U.S. Supreme Court ended the right to an abortion has driven unexpected reductions in the services that the clinic can provide, leading its doctors to end most medication abortions and eliminate surgical abortions for women who are more than 16 weeks pregnant. The uncertainty at Women's Health Center in the state capital…
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