(Albuquerque Journal) – Voters in Alabama and West Virginia Tuesday approved “trigger” measures that could lead to state abortion bans if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade — a possibility raised by the appointment of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the court. Even while Roe’s constitutional right to abortion remains in place, abortion has become so hard to get in many parts of the country that an online

service called Aid Access launched in the summer to provide prescription abortion pills by mail to women in the U.S. Founder Rebecca Gomperts, a Dutch physician and activist has for years run Women on Web, which ships abortion pills to women in countries where abortion is illegal. Meanwhile, the Self Induced Abortion (SIA) Legal Team last month announced a helpline and website to provide information and attorney referrals for women who have ended their pregnancies and fear they will be arrested or prosecuted. READ MORE