Self-Managed Abortions Could Be Legally Riskier After Texas’s Six-Week Law, Advocates Say
“We don’t want it to be hundreds of prosecutions before we’re ready," one reproductive rights advocate said.
Long before Texas’s law banning abortion after six weeks went into effect, reproductive rights advocates saw looming legal threats to pregnant people, especially those who choose to end their pregnancies without the help of a medical professional.
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