Cutting abortion rights could roll back women’s economic gains

“[Abortion access] increased the chances that women attended college, finished college, entered professional and managerial occupations, maintained an attachment to the labor force, raised their earnings. And it reduced the chances that they, and the children that they ultimately had, lived in poverty,” says economics professor Caitlin Knowles Meyer. Photo by Shutterstock.

Gov. Newsom’s proposed $125 million legislation would expand abortion access in California, budgeting for more than 1 million abortion seekers traveling to the state per year. 

Abortion access translates to big economic gains for pregnant people. How will that change if Roe v. Wade is overturned? 

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