Abortion pills see spike after SCOTUS draft leak

Abortion pills see spike after SCOTUS draft leak

A provider of pills that are used to terminate a pregnancy at home has seen a spike in interest from US women.

Aid Access, provides medicine for abortion in the United States for a fee up to $150.

This is following the Supreme Court's decision to likely reverse a landmark 1973 decision on abortion rights nationwide.

The court confirmed a draft opinion signaling a reversal of the Roe vs Wade ruling.

The final decision will be due by the end of June and could see an overturn of the Roe vs Wade judgment.

An increasing number of states have introduced restrictions that greatly limit access to abortions.

Most states might even ban the procedure outright if the court allows states to determine whether it is legal.