One year on the new front line of America’s abortion fight

Nearly a year ago, the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade. The ruling redrew the map of abortion access in America. It also drew new battle lines.

Red-state lawmakers across the South and Midwest rushed to enact new restrictions and bans. Some abortion providers, aiming to keep their doors open, looked to cross blue-state lines.

One spot on the map was key.

Opponents in the conservative, rural areas surrounding the city never expected the debate would land on their doorstep.

Then everything changed.

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