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Anti-Choice Groups are Targeting At-Home Abortions

Huge crowd at the Supreme Court the night after the release of Alito's draft majority opinion overturning Roe v. Wade

In response to the overturn of Roe v. Wade, anti-choice groups are pushing to further restrict access to abortion—their current target—medicine that can be used for at-home abortions. Wendy Parmet—WGSS affiliated faculty and director of the Center for Health Policy and Law—discusses how these groups have made it their mission to prevent people from receiving the reproductive care they seek and have even resorted to asking doctors to spread misinformation regarding pregnancy and abortion-inducing drugs.

So many states in the abortion arena have been playing with misinformation like this, relying on the antiabortion movement instead of medical professionals and what the science shows.

Wendy Parmet, The Washington Post

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(Photo by: Victoria Pickering, Image was cropped)

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