“Limiting access to abortion care by reducing the number of qualified providers only makes obtaining abortion care ‘as difficult, as inconvenient and as costly as possible’ under the guise of ‘protecting women’s health,'” said McKinnon, citing the court’s Armstrong decision. “Armstrong unequivocally established that a woman has a fundamental right of privacy to seek abortion care from a qualified health care provider of her choosing, absent clear demonstration by the state of a ‘medically-acknowledged, bona fide health risk.'”