A woman walks past the Center for Women’s Health in Cleveland on April 28. The facility was closed by its owner in fall 2013, and anti-abortion activists credited effects of a relatively new law limiting access to abortion if a fetus could survive outside the womb, saying the measure had cut into the facility’s business. | Tony Dejak AP
A woman walks past the Center for Women’s Health in Cleveland on April 28. The facility was closed by its owner in fall 2013, and anti-abortion activists credited effects of a relatively new law limiting access to abortion if a fetus could survive outside the womb, saying the measure had cut into the facility’s business. | Tony Dejak AP
A woman walks past the Center for Women’s Health in Cleveland on April 28. The facility was closed by its owner in fall 2013, and anti-abortion activists credited effects of a relatively new law limiting access to abortion if a fetus could survive outside the womb, saying the measure had cut into the facility’s business. | Tony Dejak AP

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