Women Have Found a Loophole to Get Abortions, Despite State Bans - And the Numbers Are Getting Worse

Women Have Found a Loophole to Get Abortions, Despite State Bans – And the Numbers Are Getting Worse


Despite the 2022 overturning of Roe v. Wade, the number of abortions in the U.S. has not gone down, according to a new report.

The latest data comes from the Society for Family Planning’s WeCount project, according to The Hill.

The rise could be attributable to the recent growth in telemedicine, which reportedly accounted for 19 percent of abortions nationwide from the time of the Supreme Court’s ruling until December, the report said.

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The rise occurred even in states that have a near-total ban on abortion.

The study showed that nearly 8,000 people per month obtained abortion pills in states with bans or heavy restrictions from October through December of 2023, due to clinics operating under shield laws.

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