Reproductive rights providers in the eastern metropolitan area saw an influx of patients from Texas after that state’s restrictive abortion law came into effect in early September. But doctors have also seen more patients from other states.
Since the Texas law came into effect on September 1, officials at Planned Parenthood in Fairview Heights have seen a 47% increase in the number of patients coming from outside the normal service area, including patients from Louisiana, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Kansas, according to the St. Louis Post-Expedition.
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