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Arguments, Evidence, and Abortion Policy

The claim that induced abortion harms women’s health is a line of reasoning that has emerged as state legislators increasingly seek to enact laws to regulate the provision of abortion. The problem is that it is not grounded in fact.

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Abortion Scavenger Hunt

On many hospitals’ websites, information about abortion services is often hidden, if even available at all, creating an additional barrier for those seeking care.

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Stigmatizing Abortion

When peers are unsupportive, discriminatory, or judgmental and stigmatize abortion, pregnant women experience high rates of depression, anxiety, and stress.

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Questioning Abortion Legality

Vetoes, approvals, and court challenges regarding an Ohio abortion law led to misconceptions about whether or not abortions are allowed in Ohio.

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The Fight to Overturn El Salvador’s Abortion Law

El Salvador is one of only four countries in the world with a total abortion ban. Local activists are using advocacy strategies to change both the laws and social norms from within the country.

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Just Google It

Searching the internet for abortion services may work for some, but it will leave those living far from an abortion provider without good information.

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How Far Do Women Have to Travel to Get an Abortion?

Women who want to have an abortion performed in the middle of the country must travel much farther than women living on the coasts to reach a provider, in some cases 180 miles or more.

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Pseudoscience and Abortion Policy

Twenty-nine states, home to 88 million women, have implemented at least two abortion restrictions not backed by scientific evidence.

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