A woman is led to the waiting room of an abortion clinic by her boyfriend. More than half of the calls for grants to a fund that helps women in the Northwest afford abortions came from Idaho.
A woman is led to the waiting room of an abortion clinic by her boyfriend. More than half of the calls for grants to a fund that helps women in the Northwest afford abortions came from Idaho. Ilana Panich-Linsman New York Times News Service
A woman is led to the waiting room of an abortion clinic by her boyfriend. More than half of the calls for grants to a fund that helps women in the Northwest afford abortions came from Idaho. Ilana Panich-Linsman New York Times News Service

Low-income women in Idaho who can’t afford abortions turn to this nonprofit

November 15, 2017 05:56 AM

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