Whole Woman’s Health closing Texas clinics after Roe decision, plans move to New Mexico
Marva Sadler of Whole Woman’ s Health of Fort Worth is shown in this 2021 file photo. - Yffy Yossifor/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/TNS

FORTH WORTH, Texas — Whole Woman’s Health is shuttering its four clinics in Texas, including two in North Texas, and working to move to New Mexico to offer abortion services. The abortion provider has in clinics Fort Worth, McKinney, Austin and McAllen, but after Roe v. Wade was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court last month, abortion services are mostly unavailable in the state. Whole Woman’s Health has launched a GoFundMe to raise money to move to New Mexico, where abortion laws are less restrictive, according to a news release. There, it will provide first and second trimester abortions. “...