Texas Abortion Clinic Worker Reacts To Supreme Court’s Decision To Criminalize Abortion | GMB

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‘Texas Attorney General wanted to enforce pre-Roe law immediately, criminalising abortion with penalties up to life in prison. We unfortunately had to let the women in our waiting room know we were unable to see them.’ Andrea Gallegos, Alamo Women’s Reproductive Services Clinic

Broadcast on 27/06/22

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