texas abortion access

Adding to the problem, Rodriguez said, is that low-income women in Texas are also less likely to have access to things like
Since Texas' sweeping new anti-abortion law went into effect last November, the number of legal abortions performed in the state has dropped 13 percent, according to a new study released Wednesday by the The Texas Policy Evaluation Project.
The study finds that as a result of reduced access to abortion, there were 9,200 fewer legal abortions in Texas over the