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How new regulations impact abortion and birth control access in Texas

More than a year after the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, Texas continues to be the largest state in the nation to ban nearly all abortions. But some questions and changes to abortion and birth control access have arisen since then.

An exam room at Planned Parenthood  of Greater Texas in Austin, Texas on August 8, 2023. (Montinique Monroe for The Texas Tribune)

What does abortion access look like in Texas?

What counts as a medical emergency in Texas?

What court cases could affect abortion access?

What does contraception access look like in Texas?

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