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Louisiana’s New State Law Spells Trouble for POC Who Want Abortions

Rulings across the Deep South cut off access for many low-income, marginalized people and put them at risk

Protesters gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building during the Right To Life March, on January 18, 2019. Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images

OnOn March 4, the Supreme Court will hear June Medical Services v. Gee, a case that challenges a Louisiana law requiring that abortion providers maintain admitting privileges…




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Anjali Enjeti

Anjali Enjeti

Journalist, critic & columnist at ZORA. Essay collection SOUTHBOUND (UGA Press) & debut novel THE PARTED EARTH (Hub City Press), spring ’21. anjalienjeti.com.

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