Cultural stigma and language barriers already contribute to unequal access to reproductive health care. A key ruling could exacerbate the disparities.
🚨 AAPI POLITICS ALERT
Developing: AAPIs Could Face Worse Health Outcomes in a Post-Roe America, Lawmakers Warn
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Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders—facing cultural stigma, inequitable access to healthcare, and language barriers—would be at greater risk for health complications if the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling is overturned, abortion rights advocates and federal lawmakers warned Friday.
The leaked Supreme Court draft, penned by Bush appointed-Justice Samuel Alito, would particularly impact Asian American women, who at one point were the second most likely group to receive an abortion, The Yappie’s Katelyn Monaco and Mary Yang report.
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