Several states require that pregnant people seeking abortion care be provided with state-printed materials that make dubious claims about the psychological risks of abortion.
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Among the Texas fake clinics identified by Rewire.News, more than 50 receive state funding through a program created by the Republican-controlled legislature in 2005.
Advocates warn the consequences will be dire if the U.S. Supreme Court does not intervene.
Ireland's abortion ban "was a disaster for women’s rights, it was a disaster for the education of Irish children, but it really infected every aspect of Irish society and we are still undoing the legacy of this.”