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Pregnant Women in Texas are NOT permitted to travel on roads…

…because they might be on the way to get an abortion.

“But all these recent “victories” haven’t satisfied anti-abortion crusaders. They’re now looking to the convergence of state courts, county laws, and city ordinances to further restrict abortion care. One set of hyperlocal restrictions polices pregnant people’s use of roads. In the past year, four rural Texas counties (Lubbock, Cochran, Mitchell, and Goliad) have joined cities like Odessa and Little River-Academy to pass ordinances banning the use of public roads to transport abortion seekers out of the state. Votes on similar city measures are likely on the way.”

- read the full article on: Slate

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