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Washington Post seems sad that Oklahoma's four abortion clinics are no longer 'working overtime'

The Washington Post reports that Oklahoma’s ban on abortion after fertilization (with exceptions) has really taken a toll on business at the state’s four abortion clinics, which just months ago were “working overtime” to abort babies. The Tulsa Women’s Clinic has decided it’s just not financially feasible to stay open to offer sonograms and refer women to abortion clinics in other states.


“Empty clinics, no calls: The fallout of Oklahoma’s abortion ban,” the Post calls the piece.

They really do. They seemed content when the abortion clinics were working overtime.


Not anymore.


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