Mary Beth Sheridan

Washington Post correspondent covering Mexico and Central America

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National reporter for the Washington Post

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"There is a really quite significant medical industry in Mexico that really caters to Americans.

Mexico decriminalizes abortion as Texas bans it. Could US women cross the border to end their pregnancies?

"There is a really quite significant medical industry in Mexico that really caters to Americans.

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