For women seeking abortions in North Dakota, there's only one place to go.
Soon, it could close its doors.
For more than a decade, women have driven for hundreds of miles, sometimes up to eight hours, to visit the Red River Women's Clinic in downtown Fargo -- the lone abortion provider in North Dakota since 2001 -- then getting back in their cars after the procedure to drive home.
"It happens all the time," said Tammi Kromenaker, the clinic's director, reading off directions for a woman who was soon to travel six hours and 17 minutes from the heart of North Dakota's booming oil country.
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