Right now in the legal battle over Mississippi's sole abortion clinic there's not much left to do but wait.
The state of Mississippi served the Jackson Women's Health Organization its notice of intent to revoke the clinic's license since it cannot comply with the state's new requirement that all doctors performing abortions at the facility also have hospital admitting privileges. Under the state administrative procedures law, the clinic can remain open while it waits for a hearing by the state's health department. That hearing could be more than a month away. In the meantime lawyers have gone back to the court, with evidence that compliance cannot happen, and renewed their request that the court block the law.
Attorneys defending the law do not contest that closing the clinic would obstruct women's access to abortion care and instead argue that if women suffer as a result of a lack of access it is the fault of the providers. The clinic wouldn't face closure if it simply "dis-associated" itself from the out-of-state doctors that the hospitals refuse to credential. It's a familiar argument that boils down to little more than victim-blaming by a harasser or abuser: abortion providers and women who need care, you brought this harassment on yourself.