If Roe v. Wade Goes, Women May Have to Drive Hours for Abortions. Its Already Happening in North Dakota

Holly Alvarado was 22 and simply weeks from deployment in the U.S. military when she realized she was pregnant. She knew she wasn’t in a place emotionally or financially to have a child. She called a Schemed Parenthood and asked how–and where–she could get an abortion. At the time, Alvarado was stationed in Grand Forks,…