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Post-Roe America

Abortion Access Divides the Nation

After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, ending nearly 50 years of federal protection for abortion, some states began enforcing strict abortion bans while others became new havens for the procedure. ProPublica is investigating how sweeping changes to reproductive health care access in America are affecting people, institutions and governments.

Their States Banned Abortion. Doctors Now Say They Can’t Give Women Potentially Lifesaving Care.

Severe Complications for Pregnant Veterans Nearly Doubled in the Last Decade, a GAO Report Finds

The Year After a Denied Abortion

Some Republicans Were Willing to Compromise on Abortion Ban Exceptions. Activists Made Sure They Didn’t.

Voters in at Least 10 States Are Trying to Protect Abortion Rights. GOP Officials Are Throwing Up Roadblocks.

Idaho Banned Abortion. Then It Turned Down Supports for Pregnancies and Births.

Doctors Emerge as Political Force in Battle Over Abortion Laws in Ohio and Elsewhere

Maternal Deaths Are Expected to Rise Under Abortion Bans, but the Increase May Be Hard to Measure

Hospitals in Two States Denied an Abortion to a Miscarrying Patient. Investigators Say They Broke Federal Law.

How South Carolina Ended Up With an All-Male Supreme Court

How Abortion Bans Are Impacting Pregnant Patients Across the Country

Doctors Warned Her Pregnancy Could Kill Her. Then Tennessee Outlawed Abortion.

Minnesota May Chart Its Own Path Dealing With Anti-Abortion Counseling Centers

Tennessee Lobbyists Oppose New Lifesaving Exceptions in Abortion Ban

Here’s What States Are Doing to Abortion Rights in 2023

Websites Selling Abortion Pills Are Sharing Sensitive Data With Google

She Wanted an Abortion. A Judge Said She Wasn’t Mature Enough to Decide.

“We Need to Defend This Law”: Inside an Anti-Abortion Meeting With Tennessee’s GOP Lawmakers

Do U.S. Border Officials Ask Travelers if They’ve Had Abortions?

Are You in a State That Banned Abortion? Tell Us How Changes in Medical Care Impact You.

Minnesota Set to Become “Abortion Access Island” in the Midwest, but for Whom?

Her Ex-Husband Is Suing a Clinic Over the Abortion She Had Four Years Ago

How Missouri Helps Abortion Opponents Divert State Taxes to Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Draft Overturning Roe v. Wade Quotes Infamous Witch Trial Judge With Long-Discredited Ideas on Rape

“This Was Not a Surprise”: How the Pro-Choice Movement Lost the Battle for Roe