As one of the most anti-choice administrations in U.S. history is set to take office this week, just two days before we mark the 1973 decriminalization of abortion through Roe v. Wade, pro-choice activists must make a concerted effort to create space for all those who need and have had an abortion, including those who felt regret.
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The bill targets the dilation and evacuation procedure commonly used for abortion care after 13 weeks of pregnancy. Health and medical professionals criticize these bans as substituting politicians’ agendas for the judgment and expertise of doctors.