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PBS's "The Last Abortion Clinic"

In yet another sign of the tenuous state of Roe v. Wade, PBS is getting into the act with a Frontline shown set to air this week "The Last Abortion Clinic"

The rhetoric is pretty much standard fare. According to the preview the show focuses on Mississippi where there is only one abortion clinic in Jackson, and frames the issue as conservative Christians opposed to abortion vs. poor women who are being deprived their "right" due to a lack of access. Against this backdrop, the argument is Roe is becoming increasing irrelevant if you can't get access.

Our tax dollars at work!

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