September 26, 2022

The overturning of Roe leaves Americans to navigate a hodgepodge of state laws, including in some states — like Louisiana and Utah — where bans have been put on hold by courts

The Supreme Court’s majority decision overturning Roe v. Wade has allowed states to begin setting their own abortion policies. Just days after the ruling, it has already resulted in a patchwork system in which access to the procedure is, for many people, determined largely by whether a state is controlled by Republicans or Democrats.

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