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Despite Abortion Bans, TRAP Law Is the Real Threat to Abortion Access in North Dakota (UPDATED)

Anti-choice regulations are forcing Ohio reproductive health clinics to close, restricting access to safe, legal abortion in the state.

If the state’s one abortion clinic can’t continue to operate, it doesn’t matter if abortion is banned at 20 weeks, at six weeks, or at the moment of conception. The TRAP law will mean the end of abortion access in North Dakota.

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Hospital in North Dakota Says Abortion Care So Safe It Does Not Meet Criteria for Admitting Privileges

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Abortions in North Dakota are so safe that a doctor can’t get privileges to a hospital. How can a TRAP bill claim it is about women’s health?

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North Dakota Abortion Patients Get Unlikely Gift

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The Fargo woman running the project wants to remind women who get abortions that they are not alone.

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As 40 Days For Life Launches, Red River Clinic Prepares to Fight Back

The newest wave of the anti-choice sidewalk harassment campaign is about to begin. This year, Red River Women’s Clinic is ready.

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