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Abortion under Lockdown

In May, Whole Woman’s Health and Whole Woman’s Health Alliance staff were interviewed by BBC Radio about what happened in Texas when abortion access came to a halt due to the Governor’s COVID-19 Executive Order. Of the 30 days in the month of April, abortion clinics managed by Whole Woman’s Health in Texas were closed …

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Through protests, lawsuits and a pandemic, abortion care is essential health care, and we are here to stay

In an opinion piece for Minn Post, Whole Woman’s Health founder and CEO, Amy Hagstrom Miller discusses the adversities that Whole Woman’s Health of the Twin Cities has faced and overcome, including the barriers to accessing abortion in Minnesota, protesters, moving to Bloomington and the state of abortion care during a pandemic. “Whole Woman’s Health …

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A note about COVID-19

Whole Woman’s Health is actively monitoring the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. The health and well-being of our patients, staff and communities is our top priority. We are taking all necessary precautions to prevent the spread of the virus in our clinics. We understand that you may be concerned about the uncertainties of the virus …

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The Supreme Court Could Place an Impossible Burden on Women Fighting for Abortion Rights

A procedural change could force individuals to take on costly and difficult legal battles. In a Mother Jones article, a discussion of what the battle might look like for patients. Amy Hagstrom Miller, the founder and CEO of Whole Woman’s Health, which runs eight abortion clinics across the country, has firsthand experience leading the legal fight …

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