New abortion restrictions are impractical and resource-draining, Texas prosecutors say
District attorneys for Harris, Kaufman, Fort Bend counties voiced concerns over state’s new abortion law at the 2022 Texas Tribune Festival.
By Pooja Salhotra, The Texas Tribune
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