Maternal health crisis in New Mexico: services shrink, risks grow

CLOVIS — Victoria Robledo was two months pregnant last June when the only women’s health clinic in this eastern New Mexico town closed its doors. Hers was a complicated pregnancy that demanded specialized care, and Robledo, 24, soon found herself driving long distances — 100 miles to Lubbock, Texas, for her first ultrasound, 220 miles…


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