Only 18 of 47 Muslim-majority countries have abortion laws today as restrictive as that in Texas...which is the model for a raft of laws to be enacted as soon as Roe is struck down.
Joshua Prager, author of “The Family Roe,” discusses the 50-year battle over abortion rights and the strategic decisions that led us here.
The U.S. is sliding toward a grim future where abortion is criminalized with little support for families. This “new normal” is disproportionately impacting low-income people of color.
"These extremist politicians are willing to turn their own constituents into medical refugees."
Republican lawmakers in at least four states this week advanced bills banning or limiting abortion access.
“To be clear, an abortion ban is dangerous. It’s the first abortion ban in modern New Hampshire history.”
“Despite the protections that the legal framework like Roe provides, it has never been enough,” said one doctor. “We continue to work toward reproductive justice.”
Texas has opened a multidimensional Pandora’s box that threatens marginalized communities across the country.
Not banning abortion in the first place would reduce pregnancy-related deaths the most.