New Abortion Limits, but More Money for Women's Health

HOUSTON — When Anastasia Tolmasoff went to a Planned Parenthood clinic in March to receive her quarterly injection of Depo-Provera, she discovered she could no longer afford to receive birth control there.

“I’m living paycheck to paycheck, so getting pregnant and having another child is not an option for me,” said Tolmasoff, 33, who rehabilitates wildlife at a nonprofit organization. She and her husband cannot afford health insurance.

Nearly six months later, she visited Legacy Community Health Services in Houston. The federally qualified health center’s staff helped her enroll in the state-run Texas Women’s Health Program to cover her ...

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