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Yes, it's easier to get birth control than it was in the 1970s – but women still need abortion care

By Emily M. Godfrey, Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Washington
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The Supreme Court is considering a case that could restrict abortions. One argument is that birth control eliminates the need for abortion. But contraception doesn’t offer an easy fix.The Conversation

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