More turn to abortion pills by mail, with legality uncertain
November 14, 2021
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Before her daughter's birth, she spent weeks in bed. Another difficult pregnancy would be worse as she tried to care for her toddler.
Faced with that possibility, the 28-year-old Texas woman did what a growing number of people have considered: She had a friend in another state mail her the pills she needed to end her pregnancy. She took the pills, went to bed early and describes the experience as "calm" and "peaceful."
"If people can have births at birthing centers or in their own homes, why shouldn't people be able to have abortions in their own homes?" said the woman...