Roe v. Wade: The Stakes and the Battle, 45 Years Later

By Carole Levine, Honorary Vice President

Nonprofit Quarterly

“Today, though abortion remains legal, it’s not easily accessed or available to the majority of the country’s population. In the last few years, new laws have placed extra restrictions on clinics and hospitals that provide abortions. The burden of these regulations has forced the closure of many clinics, causing clients to travel great distances and endure long waits for a procedure that’s typically without much risk. This chipping away at the accessibility of reproductive services takes its greatest toll on the poorest clients, those who can least afford the costs of waiting periods, long-distance travel, or additional children.”

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