In an empty Oklahoma abortion clinic, staff cling to hope

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By Liliana Salgado TULSA, Okla. (Reuters) – The sound of fingers on keyboards and an occasional moving office chair are all you will hear at Tulsa Women’s Clinic in Oklahoma these days. The medical facility is silent and the two nurses that are left rarely stand up from their seats. In May, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed into law the strictest abortion ban in the United States, one that prohibits abortions from fertilization and allows private citizens to sue those who help women terminate their pregnancies. The rule change was one among a swathe in Republican states passed in anticipati…

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