Home > News > PBS’s Frontline Focuses on... PBS’s Frontline Focuses on Mississippi’s Last Abortion Clinic By: Magnolia Tribune - November 7, 2005 This is sure to send liberals into hysterics: PBS’s Frontline series takes a look at the success of the pro-life movement in Mississippi in eliminating all but one abortion clinic in the state. Share About the Author(s) Magnolia Tribune This article was produced by Y'all Politics staff. More Like This News | Sarah Ulmer • October 3, 2023 Mississippi economic climate shows promise as post-pandemic “normal” still unclear Mississippi families continue to feel the strain of a difficult economy, but some say the state is positioned to "weather the storm" better than others. More From This Author News | Magnolia Tribune • December 19, 2022 Mississippi Court of Appeals judges take oaths to begin new terms News | Magnolia Tribune • December 15, 2022 Chaney appoints Dolan as Chief Deputy Fire Marshal Business | Magnolia Tribune • December 13, 2022 Final NFIB Optimism Index of the Year: Slight Improvement, but Inflation Remains a Challenge Previous Story News | Magnolia Tribune • November 5, 2005 Eight Democrats help sponsor fundraiser for GOP lieutenant governor hopeful Next Story News | Magnolia Tribune • November 7, 2005 Cindy Sheehan’s Anti-War Marine a Fraud News | Jeremy Pittari • October 2, 2023 Late audit puts IHL in heightened federal monitoring All eight Mississippi universities will be affected for five years if an appeal is unsuccessful. News | Frank Corder • October 2, 2023 Mississippi delegation splits on 45-day stopgap federal funding measure Lawmakers now have until November 17th to negotiate the next spending package.