2 Abortion Doctors Settle Suit Over Revoked Privileges

*Correction appended.

Updated, June 10, 1:38 p.m.:

Two Texas abortion doctors who filed a lawsuit against a Dallas hospital after losing their admitting privileges have settled their case with the hospital, which will reinstate their privileges.

In April, Lamar Robinson, owner of Abortion Advantage, and Jasbir Ahluwalia, the medical director of Routh Street Women’s Clinic, said they received letters from University General Hospital in Dallas revoking their admitting privileges at the hospital after anti-abortion protesters targeted the hospital.

In the settlement, University General Hospital was “restrained from directly or indirectly” revoking the doctors’ admitting privileges because of ...

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