Proposed state health department rules, written to implement sweeping abortion regulations Gov. Rick Perry signed into law in July, drew several dozen passionate speakers — most opposed to the rules — to a public meeting Wednesday afternoon.
Opponents of the regulations, many wearing the familiar orange T-shirts from this summer’s late-night debates at the Legislature, urged a Department of State Health Services advisory panel to support the least-restrictive rules possible.
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