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‘In the South, we do not have safe places for people to go’: Tales from Post-Roe America

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A Texas man is taking legal action to investigate his ex-partner’s legal, out-of-state abortion - he and his lawyer have suggested they may try to sue for wrongful death and may pursue charges for anyone involved in “aiding or abetting” his ex’s abortion. This case illustrates the treacherous landscape of Post-Roe America for both pregnant people and healthcare providers who fear legal repercussions, especially in the South. “We have been told that to provide any resources or even information about where legal abortion clinics are, is considered a criminal conspiracy and that we could all be under arrest for that,” Robin Marty, the executive director for the West Alabama Women’s Center explained. The South "This is where the action is happening, this is where people are facing the most legal risks."