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Only one abortion provider left in Kansas

Kansas is down to one abortion clinic after new regulations went into place effectively closing two of three clinics in the state which provided abortion services. Kari Ann Rinker from the National Organization for Women (NOW) speaks to msnbc’s Thomas Roberts about the impact of this development both in Kansas and throughout the country as the war against abortion escalates.