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Suit Puts Abortion Protocol Regulation in Spotlight

Texas' controversial new abortion law requires doctors to follow a federally approved protocol, rather than a more commonly used method, when administering drug-induced abortions. The requirement is under scrutiny in a case challenging the law.

by Veronica Zaragovia, KUT News
An abortion procedure room at the Whole Woman's Health ambulatory surgical center in San Antonio.

Texas' controversial new abortion law requires doctors to follow a federally approved protocol, rather than a more commonly used method, when administering drug-induced abortions. The requirement is under scrutiny in a case challenging the law.

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