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The Danger of Abortion ‘Compromise’

Erika Christensen Abortion, Every Day
If we want to build a strong, safe world for pregnant people and our families, let’s start with a floor we can all stand on. Policies that claim to keep the government out of abortion are being written to criminalize abortion later in pregnancy.

Traveling for Abortions: The Untold Story

Katelyn Jetelina Your Local Epdemiologist
An increasing number of women are traveling out of state for reproductive healthcare. This journey isn’t without very real obstacles. The most tragic part is much of the associated trauma is preventable if we just had access to local healthcare.

The States Where Abortion Could Be on the Ballot in 2024

Grace Panetta 19th News
Here’s an overview of where abortion will — and could be — directly on the ballot in 2024, how many signatures organizers need to collect and the challenges advocates are facing in the states.

North Carolina’s Devastating New Abortion Ban and the Fight Ahead

Billy Corriher Slate
North Carolina has been here before. From 2013 through 2018, Republicans had a veto-proof supermajority in the Legislature. They engaged in a series of power grabs. North Carolina’s citizens can rally to save the state’s democracy once again.

The Other Abortion Pill Option

Katelyn Jetelina and Heidi Moseson Your Local Epdemiologist
A really important piece of the abortion rights story has gotten little attention the past few weeks: even if mifepristone is severely restricted, we have another option.

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