Restrictions Make Abortions Harder and Later, Not Less Common

By Charlie Gaeta

Many pro-life politicians believe that if they make abortions harder to obtain in their state by closing down providers like Planned Parenthood, or by refusing to expand Medicaid so that it does not cover abortions, the number of abortions will go down. A new study finds that this is not making abortions less frequent, just more costly, especially for low-income women.

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