Medication abortion has become more common since the Supreme Court overturned the federal right to abortion this summer - but in federal courts and state legislatures, abortion opponents are trying to limit the use of abortion-inducing pills. Read more»
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Some sites selling abortion pills use technology that shares information with third parties like Google - and law enforcement can potentially use this data to prosecute people who end their pregnancies with medication. Read more»
In the Roman Catholic stronghold of McAllen, Texas, where abortion is deeply stigmatized, reproductive health providers tell stories of women going to pharmacies across the border in Mexico, in search of a drug they hope will terminate unwanted pregnancies. Read more»