The financial consequences of overturning Roe vs Wade

The financial consequences of overturning Roe vs Wade

The United States Supreme Court overturned the landmark legal decision Roe vs Wade.

This officially ends Americans' constitutional right to abortion.

Women who can't obtain abortions may undergo pregnancy and have a child at a high personal or familial cost.

Raising a kid costs on average of about $233,610, for middle-class families.

Working mothers experience a supposed  "wage penalty" of 4% for each child.

The impact is more prevalent and bigger among low-income workers than high-wage earners.

State-level abortion restrictions will cost the economy $105 billion a year.