Today’s read is from Kylee Zempel, assistant editor at The Federalist. Here’s an excerpt:
The heartbeat abortion ban is the law now, meaning women whose pregnancies are past six weeks of gestation have a choice to make: Stay in Texas and let their children live, stay in Texas and try to find someone who will kill their babies against the law, or leave.
Leaving Texas doesn’t just mean packing up a car. It means leaving what’s familiar, finding new friends, maybe quitting a job and needing a new one, possibly selling a house, and paying for a new place to live plus all the associated costs, just to name a few. Getting yourself out from under government rule you don’t like is no easy task.
If you want to know how difficult it is, just ask one of the many Americans who felt compelled to leave blue cities and states throughout COVID-19 crackdowns.
Read the entire column here.