That's according to Sue Roush of Universal Uclick, which syndicates the comic strip. Jim Romenesko reported earlier today that the St. Paul Pioneer Press won't run the strips, which take a satirical look at abortion laws in Texas. Roush said via email that Universal Uclick doesn't "know which ones ultimately decide to run the week or not."

Related: The Youngstown Vindicator in Ohio cuts Doonesbury and other strips to save money for reporting (Vindy.com) | Cleveland Plain Dealer readers confused by decision to pull Non Sequitur comic | This week's "Doonesbury" strips don’t meet our standards of fairness (Chicago Tribune) | Earlier this week, cartoonist Gary McCoy was criticized for his cartoon depicting Sandra Fluke.