If Roe v. Wade is overturned and some states outlaw abortions, will women in those states be allowed to discuss their intention to abort a pregnancy? What about states where it's illegal to get an abortion in another state? Right now I'm lucky enough to live in CA where it'll probably never be a problem, but I may move to TX (where my mom lives) at some point and their legislature has already proven that medical care for women is not as important to them as votes from christian evangelicals.
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Generally, our policy -- for everyone's protection -- is that we disallow discussions of unlawful activity, but this is a case in which I'd make exception to that policy.
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