By Caroline Kitchener, The Washington Post (not behind paywall)
Jun 4, 2022
Whenever a new patient pulls into the parking lot at the Tulsa Women’s Clinic, Tiffany Taylor rushes to flick on the lights. She turns off her indie folk playlist, looks out at the empty waiting room and prepares to deliver a speech she has recited about a dozen times since the Oklahoma legislature passed a bill last month banning abortions from the moment of fertilization.
“I’m so sorry,” the nurse says to anyone who wanders in, asking about abortion. “But there’s this new law.”