The pandemic has "really laid bare the fiction" that physical clinics are needed to safely provide abortion services.
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“It’s not just about flipping the Senate,” Betsy Sweet said. “It’s how we flip it.”
Virginia is turning the page on years of abortion restrictions that have put care out of reach for many.
For People Living on the Texas Border, COVID-19 Brings Unique Challenges to Reproductive Health Care
Promotoras are community health workers who usually go door to door and provide essential reproductive health information and access to residents of colonias. But what happens during a pandemic?
States with anti-choice politicians in power could impose unnecessary admitting privilege requirements with little or no resistance.
"We need to give women the grace to do what they need to help themselves."