Why Abortion Access During COVID-19 Is Being Unfairly Limited

By Kells McPhillips

There also remains the problem of how people will pay for abortions during an unprecedented economic crisis. According to Kelsey Ryland, director of federal strategies at All* Above All, an abortion-rights activism group, the largest burden will fall once again on low-income people who rely on Medicaid for their health insurance.

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