Outside the Box: Overturning Roe v. Wade could hurt job growth in many U.S. states

In the 45 years since the U.S. Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade, public debate in the U.S. about abortion has been dominated by misconceptions, misunderstanding, and misinformation. Women and health-care providers are slandered as cold-blooded murderers eager to find the cruelest possible ways to end pregnancies. Men are absent from the debate about whether to limit or prohibit access to abortion — a visitor from another planet might well assume that women spontaneously initiate pregnancies, unassisted.

The reality, of course, is quite different. Women do not casually terminate pregnancies. When women do not have access to the health care they need, there can be terrible consequences.

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