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Owner of All Families Healthcare, one of four facilities in Montana that provided abortions. Her office was destroyed on March 4. Another clinic where she previously worked was firebombed in 1994. The following year, the Montana state Legislature passed a measure known as the Susan Cahill Law to ban physician assistants from providing abortions. The Montana Supreme Court eventually upheld her right to practice abortions, which she has been doing as part of family healthcare for 38 years. A campaign to raise funds for her after the attack has raised more than $62,000 on the website Indiegogo.