The complex state-by-state legal issues that will arise if Roe is overturned
On this edition of Your Call, we discuss The New Abortion Battleground, a new report about the post-Roe legal landscape. If Roe is overturned, anti-abortion Republican jurisdictions will likely try to prohibit their citizens from traveling to another state to obtain an abortion. Abortion-supporting states will seek to protect their providers from legal action for helping out-of-state residents. We'll then check in with a provider in California to find out how they're preparing.
Stacy Cross, President and CEO of Planned Parenthood Mar Monte in mid-California and Northern Nevada
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