"The rights of those who are seeking abortion services will always be protected here," said New York Gov. Kathy Hochul in response to the Texas ban.
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Being an abortion counselor has taught me the importance of having more candid conversations about abortion that center bodies and lived experiences.
Just days after Texas effectively outlawed abortion within its borders, Mexican feminists celebrated a historic abortion win.
What happens in Texas will almost certainly not stay in Texas. That's why our work to stop these attacks on abortion cannot stop at our state's borders.
Why did Kristi Noem sign an executive order prohibiting telemedicine abortion if South Dakota already prohibits telemedicine abortion? Political optics.
The Supreme Court effectively overturned Roe v. Wade for folks in Texas under cover of darkness.