The results of the Supreme Court’s decision on abortion were immediate. As of yesterday, at least 40 million American women in 27 states will find it difficult, if not impossible, to terminate their pregnancies. There is western Central America (Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Louisiana and Kentucky) where, as a result of a Supreme Court decision, are direct laws (laws approved in light of Judges’ ruling) has been taken. In some of these cases, seven to be exact, abortion is actually illegal, in others it’s just weeks.
In an additional 14 states (Arizona, Montana, Nebraska, Kansas, Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and Florida), several restrictive bills are currently being voted on. Since the majority will be Republican until the November elections, the rules will pass.
On the coasts of the United States of America, on the other hand, from the Atlantic coast, which includes Maine, New York, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maryland, Delaware, Connecticut, New Hampshire, New Jersey, the District of Columbia, Virginia and North Carolina, passing through Hawaii to the Pacific Ocean, with California, Oregon, Washington and Nevada, there are so-called gangs Abortion. Abortion is not a crime here, just as it is and never will be in New Mexico, Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota, and Alaska.
Thus, America finds itself incomplete. States, where a woman can be cared for in all respects, in the event of an abortion, and cases where she ends up having her hands tied, if she attempts an abortion. At specialty centers, such as the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the only clinic of its kind in Mississippi, they may have a few days before they are forced to close by law.
In this ambiguous climate, some multinational companies, operating in various US states, have offered to pay the costs of pregnancy termination to employees at licensed centers even outside their factory areas. Thus Tesla and Google took over, with the latter also making themselves available to accept the relocation of their employees to countries where pregnancy termination could be possible.
However, the costs of food, transportation and accommodation are still not covered and could push the less affluent women to resort to abortions in the 1960s and 1970s. That secret, with a high risk of death for them and the fetuses buried in the garden.
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