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Activists react to SCOTUS abortion clinic ruling

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A divided Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics on Monday, ruling the law requiring doctors who perform abortions have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals violates rights the court announced in Roe v. Wade. (June 29)
 
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I run a Louisiana abortion clinic. Despite Supreme Court win, I'm nervous for our future.

States have passed hundreds of anti-abortion laws in the last few years. At the Supreme Court, we were successful in striking down just one.

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