Clinic

Medical equipment is seen in an operating room at the Whole Woman's Health abortion clinic in San Antonio, Texas, on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2016. The clinic's simplicity will be at issue next week when the U.S. Supreme Court, still reeling from the Feb. 13 death of Justice Antonin Scalia, considers a Texas law requiring abortion clinics to be equipped and operated more like a hospital. The state says the law protects women's health; abortion-rights advocates say it's unneeded, except as a way to force most clinics to close. Photographer: Matthew Busch/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Clinic

Medical equipment is seen in an operating room at the Whole Woman's Health abortion clinic in San Antonio, Texas, on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2016. The clinic's simplicity will be at issue next week when the U.S. Supreme Court, still reeling from the Feb. 13 death of Justice Antonin Scalia, considers a Texas law requiring abortion clinics to be equipped and operated more like a hospital. The state says the law protects women's health; abortion-rights advocates say it's unneeded, except as a way to force most clinics to close. Photographer: Matthew Busch/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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