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Books sit on a shelf at a clinic that provides abortion care on April 30, in Jacksonville, Fla. A six-week abortion ban that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed went into effect on May 1.
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Florida recently issued new guidance on when an abortion can be performed under exceptions, but providers say it has caused even more confusion.
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