The economic effects of overturning Roe vs Wade 

The economic effects of overturning Roe vs Wade 

A decade-long study of 1,000 women found that when they were denied an abortion, they were likely to experience poverty.

They were unable to cover basic living expenses and had a lower credit score.

78% of women experienced an increase in debt and 81% bankruptcy and eviction, according to the study.

State-level abortion may cost US state economies a combined $105 billion per year.

But if state abortion restrictions were eliminated, the US GDP would increase by nearly 0.5%.

Lifting restrictions would allow 505,000 additional women aged 15 to 44 to join the workforce.

They are likely to earn $101.8 billion or more combined, annually.