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Texas actually qualifies as one, which has set the stage for one of the weirder apps to come along in a long time: Texas-based Nurx, which delivers contraception to your door.

The company, which launched on Monday, is hoping to exploit a region that is starved for contraception access.

According to the Houston Chronicle, the state has a ratio of 1 clinic to every 1,000 women seeking publicly funded contraceptives. In addition, Texas is considered the state with the highest rate of pregnancy-related deaths in the U.S.

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“Women should not have to jump through unnecessary hoops just to access birth control,” Nurx’s medical director Jessica Knox said.

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