admitting privileges

Only one doctor in Louisiana would be performing abortions if the Supreme Court hadn't intervened last week.
A restrictive law threatens to close all but one clinic in the state.
Republican state lawmakers had pressured the University of Missouri to end its relationship with the provider.
The embattled health care provider has taken on an unexpected role in the protests at the University of Missouri.
Here are some clues to how the justices might approach a major case from Texas.
Patients are being forced to have their procedures in the second trimester because of clinic closures
Cincinnati would become the most populous metropolitan area without an abortion clinic.
In 1973's Roe v. Wade decision, the U.S. Supreme Court held that states may restrict or ban abortions after fetal viability
Five states -- Missouri, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and North Dakota -- currently have laws requiring admitting privileges that
Supporters of the bill say it is intended to protect women who have emergency complications from abortion procedures. But