Abortion Provider Shutters McAllen and Beaumont Clinics

Editor's note: This story was updated twice, first to include a response from Texas Right to Life and Amy Hagstrom Miller, and then to provide details from a Thursday conference call with Whole Woman’s Health.

Whole Woman's Health announced late Wednesday that it is closing two abortion clinics — one in the already underserved Rio Grande Valley and another in Beaumont — as a result of strict abortion regulations passed by the Legislature last year.

"We are devastated to announce that we're closing our clinics in McAllen and Beaumont this week," a post on the abortion provider's ...

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