DFW woman whose life and future fertility are at risk can get abortion, judge rules

Posted on AllSides December 7th, 2023
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A North Texas woman whose high risk pregnancy could threaten her life and future fertility will be allowed to get an abortion following a state district judge’s Thursday ruling. Kate Cox, who lives in Dallas-Fort Worth, has had a complicated pregnancy that’s led to four emergency room visits the past month for symptoms like severe cramps, leaking fluid and elevated vital signs, according to Molly Duane of the Center for Reproductive Rights, who argued Thursday morning to Judge Guerra Gamble of Travis County. Cox and her husband Justin have two...

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