Report: Women Begin Run On Abortion Pills After Supreme Court ruling

Report: Women Begin Run On Abortion Pills After Supreme Court ruling

Healthcare professionals have observed a rise in interest in birth control, emergency contraception, and abortion pills after the Supreme Court ruled that states could prohibit abortion, according to a report in The New York Times. The Times claimed that this was particularly true in the nine areas where the practice had been outlawed and some women were stockpiling choices. When she realized that abortion will soon be prohibited in Arkansas, Katie Thomas, who was profiled by the newspaper, decided to buy abortion pills for her daughter, who is 16 years old. “I want to be able to manage it,” Thomas…

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