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'It's a big loss': Reaction to Supreme Court decision to keep Texas abortion law in place

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Amy Hagstrom Miller who is the CEO of Whole Woman's Health says the Supreme Court ruling is "a win on paper" because it allows abortion clinics to continue to challenge the Texas law but "on the ground it's a big loss" because her company is having to "deny upwards of 80% of the people who come to us for care."