Ole Miss is down to one abortion clinic in Jackson and it's due to close since a new state law requires clinics to have at least one OB-GYN with admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. It seems that the hospitals in Jackson have black-balled the clinics' doctors, not wanting to deal with the fallout of having to deal with any complications that a clinic would send their way, thus putting the clinic out of compliance.
Is there a constitutional right to not have to go out of state to say "Hasta la vista, baby"? That's what the clinic is arguing, that a road-trip to Memphis or NOLA would be an undue burden. Of course, the status quo ante placed an undue burden on 2200 blobs of protoplasm a year who are turned into medical waste by the clinic (speaking of that, we now have Vancouver-area hospitals joining a UK facility in using Cletus the Fetus' remains to generate power).
A federal district court has ruled in favor of the clinic and the 5th Circuit is mulling an appeal. So, a couple of 2019 kindergarten classes will get canceled each week unless either the 5th or the Supremes side with the state law. Paging Justice Kennedy; it looks like you'll get the call on this one.