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With the Supreme Court poised to let states tightly limit or ban abortion, reproductive rights advocates are planning to open new clinics or expand existing ones in states where lawmakers are not clamping down on access.

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FILE - Jacqueline von Edelberg holds a sign with other abortion rights demonstrators May 14, 2022, in Chicago. Reproductive rights advocates are planning to open new abortion clinics or expand the capacity of existing ones in states without restrictive abortion laws. (AP Photo/Matt Marton, File)

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FILE - A 33-year-old mother of three from central Texas is escorted down the hall by clinic administrator Kathaleen Pittman prior to getting an abortion, Oct. 9, 2021, at Hope Medical Group for Women in Shreveport, La. Reproductive rights advocates are planning to open new abortion clinics or expand the capacity of existing ones in states without restrictive abortion laws. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell, File)

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Cars drive past CHOICES: Memphis Center for Reproductive Health on Thursday, May 12, 2022, in Memphis, Tenn. The clinic is opening a new one in Carbondale, Ill., later this year. (AP Photo/Adrian Sainz)

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FILE - Derenda Hancock, co-organizer of the "Pink House Defenders," stands outside the Jackson Women's Health Organization, Mississippi's last remaining abortion clinic, also known as the "Pink House", May 3, 2022, in Jackson, Miss. Mississippi is one of the poorest states in the nation, and women would face even steeper hurdles to have access to abortion — arranging time off work, finding ways to pay for travel and lodging and, in many cases, arranging for child care while they are gone. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis, File)

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FILE - Staff members of the Family Planning Association clinic greet abortion rights demonstrators, May 14, 2022, in Chicago. As of June 1, minors will no longer be required to notify a parent or guardian before getting an abortion in the state, an action that abortion-rights proponents considered the last roadblock to unfettered access in Illinois. (AP Photo/Matt Marton, File)