South America Begins To Ease Strict Abortion Laws, Increase Access
The Lancet: Tide begins to turn on abortion access in South America
“Several South American countries are finding ways to ease long-standing restrictive abortion laws, with Chile the latest to indicate a possible change. … An opposite trend has been building in Central America, however, where El Salvador and Nicaragua have banned abortion under any circumstances…” (Fraser, 6/21).
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