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Doctors across the U.S. have been forced to reconsider providing abortion care for patients due to new legal consequences for performing the procedure in their states. Faith has made the decision challenging for some, where abortion is still legal, however, NBC News’ Kathy Park spoke with three Catholic providers who changed their stance on the issue.