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An in-depth look at the legacy of Roe v. Wade, and on-the-ground reporting from the front lines of the battle to protect the right to choose The pieces started to fall In 2019 when a wave of anti-abortion laws went into effect. Georgia, Ohio, Mississippi, Louisiana and Kentucky banned abortion after six weeks of pregnancy, while Missouri banned the procedure at eight weeks. Alabama banned all abortions. The die was cast. And on June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and, abortion immediately became illegal in 22 states. No Choice begins by shining a light on the eerie ways in which life before Roe will be mirrored in life after. The wealthy and privileged will still have access, low-income people will suffer disproportionately, and pregnancy will be heavily policed.

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Becca Andrews

Becca Andrews is an investigative journalist who writes about reproductive justice, religion, and inequality. Her work has appeared in Mother Jones, Wired, the New Republic, and Jezebel, among other publications. She is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University and UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism. She grew up in rural West Tennessee and now lives in Nashville.

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