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Texas Defense of Omnibus Anti-Abortion Law Could Cost State Millions

“The substantial expense of successfully bringing this fight to the U.S. Supreme Court is just one consequence of Texas’ decision to defend this sham law, which denied women their basic rights and shuttered clinics that are still struggling to reopen,” said Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights. The center's attorneys “dedicated thousands of hours” to the legal fight against the unconstitutional measures of HB 2.
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