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How Black women feel the economic effects of abortion bans

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Tia Freeman is seen shouting at a protest, with other protesters behind her.

Tia Freeman cheers at a protest following the U.S. Supreme Court’s release of a draft opinion, which would overturn Roe v. Wade. Freeman told the crowd in Nashville that she had two abortions that she says kept her economically on track. Blake Farmer/WPLN News

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