Planned Parenthood has reopened a Texas clinic it was forced to shut down more than three years ago after a state law put restrictions on abortion clinics.
The clinic resumed services in Waco less than a year after the Supreme Court struck down Texas' 2013 anti-abortion law, according to the Associated Press.
That law forced clinics to abide by the same requirements as an ambulatory surgical center and required abortion providers to have admitting privileges at local hospitals.
The Supreme Court ruled in 2016 that the law was unconstitutional as it limited access to abortion. Proponents of the law said that the purpose was to ensure the health of the woman getting the procedure.
Soon after the law went into effect, more than half of the 18 clinics in Texas closed because they couldn't meet the regulations.