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Kate Smith
NEW In Texas, abortion services have been ordered to be suspended as part of Governor Abbott's executive order suspending "surgeries and procedures that are not immediately, medically necessary." Story coming soon.
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Kate Smith Mar 23
Replying to @byKateSmith
STORY HERE: The Texas Attorney General has officially ordered all abortion "not medically necessary to preserve the life or health of the mother." Those who don't comply will face penalties of up to $1,000 or up to 180 day in jail.
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Kate Smith Mar 23
Replying to @byKateSmith
If you are seeking an abortion in Texas or Ohio this week, I would love to speak with you. You can speak anonymously. My DMs are open. Thank you so much for helping to tell this important story.
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Michael McGee Mar 23
Replying to @byKateSmith @cmclymer
This isn’t political this is a health crisis. In the UK Cancer patients are refused treatment all medical resources are being commandeered by the NHS including all private hospital staff n premises.
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Stay safe, Ponyboy (they/them) 🏳️‍🌈 🏳️‍⚧️ Mar 23
Pregnancy and childbirth also demands medical resources. A lot more than abortion, actually.
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Jo Blackwood Mar 23
Replying to @byKateSmith
What resources? They have no vents, no N95 masks. It is just a ploy to stop abortions.
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Rachel Martin Mar 23
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Maggie Smith Mar 23
Replying to @byKateSmith
*preaching (but really yelling)
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Alex Cristofori Mar 23
Preachers yell
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Eric Segall Mar 23
Replying to @byKateSmith
Under current law, he can't do that. No way, especially for non-surgical abortions-the pills.
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Maliana Mar 23
Texas laws requires ultrasounds, so it might now be the medical prescription itself Dr are unable to do, but the additional nonsense required.
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