2023 is going to be a big year for anti-abortion policy: Anti-abortion activists could even harness a 19th-century law to curtail talking about abortion.
The biggest leaps in requests for help came from states that have outlawed most abortions.
In its lawsuit, the FTC describes how with a sample of data obtained from Kochava it was possible to pinpoint a device that visited a women's reproductive health clinic and then trace that phone back to a single family home.
Had the abortion ban gone fully into effect, doctors could have been charged with a crime even if they performed an abortion to save a patient’s life.
Students in states where abortion is banned are getting creative when it comes to sharing information on abortion access.
People received the texts just one day before the first state vote on abortion since the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
In states with partial or total abortion bans, providers are facing threats and patients are struggling to access potentially lifesaving care.
Almost all abortions are banned in Missouri. Just across the border, in Illinois, an abortion clinic is racing to treat as many patients as possible.
Many people also can’t afford to get a passport and stay in Canada.
As more states make abortion illegal, people of color seeking abortions will likely end up being targeted by authorities even more if Roe falls.
The post-Roe future, state by state.