In May, Georgia passed its version of a “heartbeat bill,” legislation that bans abortion after six weeks of gestation. The bill — like other anti-abortion bills that cleared statehouses across the South and the Midwest this year — sparked protests, condemnation from doctors and advocates, and legal challenges.
But for some women in Georgia, the abortion debate hasn’t included a key voice: women who have undergone the procedure themselves.
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