In Texas, Women's Access To Health Care Could Hurt Efforts To Deal With Zika04:52
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The state's first human case of EEE since 2013 was announced by the Department of Public Health in June. (Courtesy of turkletom/Flickr)
The state's first human case of EEE since 2013 was announced by the Department of Public Health in June. (Courtesy of turkletom/Flickr)
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Texas lawmakers have asked state health officials to come up with “a clear and concise plan” for dealing with a possible Zika outbreak.

But experts warn there are some underlying health care access issues in Texas that could make dealing with Zika difficult. Ashley Lopez from Here & Now contributor KUT in Austin reports.

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This segment aired on June 3, 2016.

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