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Texas Abortion Restrictions

Texas isn’t ready to support more parents and kids in a post-Roe world, advocates warn

More than a quarter of women of childbearing age are uninsured in Texas, the highest rate in the nation, and the state has chosen to cap Medicaid benefits for new moms earlier than other states.

Patients wait to be seen at the People's Community Clinic in Austin, which provides state-subsidized women's health services to low-income women, July 15, 2014.

Maternal mortality in Texas

Access to contraception, sex education

Other barriers for new parents

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