Facebook took action on the post, despite medication abortion pills being legal in Michigan.
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VICE News had exclusive access to the Heritage Foundation’s “Life After Roe Symposium,” where the legal powerhouses of the Christian right discussed the next steps to criminalize abortion.
A Facebook user and Motherboard both faced consequences for posting about mailing abortion pills on Facebook on the same day the Supreme Court overturned protections offered by Roe v. Wade.
DIY medicine collectives are preparing for the horrifying prospect that Roe v. Wade will be overturned.
The ruling was a “vindication” for Planned Parenthood and its patients, but medically unnecessary requirements still make it very difficult to access abortion care in the state.
Jane Henney says the restrictions are dangerous during a pandemic because they require unnecessary travel and contact between patients and providers.
But the abortion pill sites people rely on are in jeopardy.
The Utah bill passed the state's Republican-controlled Senate and is headed to a House floor vote.
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