This stood out at me in particular:
Even the patients often have a negative view of abortion. "I very often hear, 'I don't believe in this, but my situation is different,' " [a clinic employee] said.
Based on the other quotations, I'm guessing 'I don't believe in this' means the people think abortion is completely wrong and immoral ... except for them. There are two different ways to think about this. In one respect, it's obviously hypocritical: they're just rationalizing, making up ad hoc loopholes for their own convenience. But the idea that every woman's (and more generally, ever person's) situation is different provides a foundation for a particularly radical conception of ethics that is at the heart of my pro-choice beliefs. If I have the time and energy tomorrow, I'll try to talk a bit about care and virtue ethics.