Jun 25, 2021
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Online services made medication abortion more available in pandemic, but battles ahead

If 'Roe' is thrown out and states ban abortion, "that would create a huge market for abortion pills through alternative means ... suppliers are out there.”

With a milestone case pending before the Supreme Court, federal regulatory changes, and hundreds of antiabortion bills in statehouses, the always-polarizing battle over abortion has entered one of its most turbulent phases ever. And the decades-long fight has an added dimension due to the pandemic: Telemedicine and the internet have made medication abortion more available.

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