Listen: Abortion is considered basic health care in Mexico City. Its clinics are open to U.S. women.

By Greta Díaz González Vázquez and Alexa Ura, The Texas Tribune

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A look at abortion access in Mexico City, post-Roe. Credit: Greta Díaz González Vázquez and Alexa Ura

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to eliminate the constitutional right to abortion cut off access to millions of people of reproductive age, forcing them to look beyond state lines if they want to end their pregnancies. For some, including those living in restrictive states like Texas where abortion is now illegal, the answers may be found in Mexico City.

[Volunteer networks in Mexico aid at-home abortions without involving doctors or clinics. They’re coming to Texas.]

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