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No good abortion clinic deserves to be TRAP-ed
Monroe News Star

In over half the states in the country, particular physicians are targeted with laws that are passed with the hope of making it impossible for them to provide care. They are being trapped.Imagine you are in need of wisdom tooth removal surgery. You realize your wisdom teeth are growing in, and while you could just leave them you decide you want to have them removed. You go online and look for the nearest oral maxillofacial surgeon, but find that you will have to drive over two hours one way to get to the doctor’s office.You call the office to make an appointment at which time you are informed that there was once an oral maxillofacial surgeon in your city, but the clinic was recently forced to close due to new laws mandating that all the doorways in the office be a particular width, hallways be a particular length, and sidewalks be in a particular location of the building.

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