With limited access to abortion comes limited access to medical training to perform abortions

Jul 25, 2022
Med students and residents worry about getting routine access to instruction.
Nearly 40% of residency programs do not offer routine access to abortion training, according to one estimate.
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How tribal lands became abortion-care deserts, and why they won't fill new gaps in access

Jun 30, 2022
Those suggesting that reservations could serve as havens for abortion care are missing crucial context, experts say.
Abortion access is already limited on tribal lands by the Hyde Amendment. Above, an exam room in an Illinois abortion clinic on June 27.
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Crisis pregnancy centers are key to many anti-abortion groups' strategy. But what are they?

Jun 30, 2022
The nonprofit centers' goal is to convince pregnant people not to have an abortion. Tax dollars pay for some resources they offer, and that might not change post-Roe.
With the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade, eyes have turned to how anti-abortion groups could change.
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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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Some stores cap emergency contraception sales to cope with surging post-Roe demand

Jun 29, 2022
Although last week's Supreme Court ruling doesn't ban emergency contraception, some consumers fear further restrictions are in the works.
There has been a surge in demand for the Plan B pill, also known as the "morning after" pill.
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Abortion travel benefit unlikely to reach many low-wage workers

Jun 27, 2022
Disney, Dick's Sporting Goods and Meta are among the latest companies to add the benefit in the wake of the SCOTUS decision.
Protesters outside the Supreme Court on June 26. Following the overturning of Roe v. Wade, some companies are offering to cover abortion costs for employees, benefits often out of reach for many seeking the procedure.
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With Roe v. Wade overturned, economic disparities are poised to get worse

For millions of Americans, the loss of abortion rights may affect educational attainment and lifetime earnings for generations.
Abortion-rights activists demonstrate in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday after the court's ruling was announced.
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Roe v. Wade has been overturned. What happens now?

The generational ruling from the court brings to light many economic questions — and consequences.
Abortion-rights activists and anti-abortion activists hold protest signs outside the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

Jun 24, 2022
The decision will curtail access to abortion for millions and is at odds with popular opinion, as opinion polls find a majority of Americans favored Roe.
On Friday, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark abortion case.
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How the tech landscape could change if abortion laws do

Jun 24, 2022
Hard right turns in legislation in Texas and Florida, among other states, have begun creating challenges for recruiting among a mostly liberal workforce.
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