The Planned Parenthood clinic in Columbia, MO has received a license to begin offering abortions.

Planned Parenthood Great Plains said Tuesday the clinic received its license and its first counseling appointments will be scheduled for Monday.

The Columbia Daily Tribune reports the first abortions will be provided October 23.

The new license comes after Planned Parenthood won a court ruling in April that said some new state requirements for abortion clinics violated and infringed on women’s abortion rights.

The Department of Health and Senior Services was ordered to process abortion license applications for clinics in Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield, and Joplin. At the time, a St. Louis facility was the only place in Missouri offering abortions.

Kansas City received its license in August, while the licenses for Springfield and Joplin are still being processed.

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