Local abortion funds are seeing higher demand post-Roe v. Wade

Aug 23, 2022
Some funds are seeing a rise in their budgets, but there's also been a sharp rise in demand for services.
As more states move to restrict or ban abortion, local organizations like the Wild West Access Fund are seeing more requests for help.
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In states that ban abortions, providers are now turning into travel agents for people to leave

Jun 30, 2022
Costs can include gas for car travel or airfare, accommodation, child care for people who have other children and time off from work.
A Planned Parenthood center in Missouri in 2019. In states where abortions are banned or restricted, some clinics are reorienting efforts to connecting patients with abortion funds or out-of-state clinics.
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LGBTQ people are more likely than ever to become parents. Is the fertility industry serving them?

Oct 16, 2019
LGBTQ people could be a big part of the market for assisted reproductive technology and some fertility businesses are learning to cater to their needs.
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Women's health under the Trump administration

Nov 11, 2016
Access to low-cost birth control and funding for Planned Parenthood might change.
Right now, under the Affordable Care Act, many women have access to free birth control pills and other low-cost contraception. In January, that could change.
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The rising cost of infertility

Sep 13, 2013
It's getting more and more expensive to make a baby.

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