FARGO — The trial over a state law that opponents argue would effectively ban drug-induced abortions in North Dakota began Tuesday with the medical director of the state’s only abortion clinic calling the procedure “very safe” and warning that the law could jeopardize patients’ health and force them to seek services out of state.
FARGO — Nearly two dozen women get abortions on an average Wednesday at the lone North Dakota clinic that performs them, often spending scarce resources to travel long distances to the Fargo building, where volunteers escort them through a crowd of protesters lining the street outside.
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