Accuracy in Media

As the Washington Examiner reported:

“Texas will have fewer than 10 abortion clinics in a week if the Supreme Court doesn’t intervene.”

“It’s been two years since Texas passed a hotly contested law placing new requirements on abortion clinics and doctors. But after being temporarily blocked by courts, it is finally set to go into effect July 1. Of about 20 clinics remaining in the state, more than half will be shuttered, opponents of the law say.”

“That’s unless the Supreme Court steps in to halt the law, which says abortion clinics must meet the standards of ambulatory surgical centers and doctors must have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.”





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