Why Abortion Bans Will Hurt Low-Income Women and Women of Color More

"If you have access to money to take a plane or take a train or go somewhere where abortion is safe and legal, you'll do that," says Kim Wehle, professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law. She says if the Supreme Court guts Roe v. Wade, "you just might not have any option but to carry a child to term," which poses a burden to anyone who can't afford child care.