This year’s Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade has focused attention on a 173-year-old state law making it a felony to provide an abortion in Wisconsin except to save the life of a pregnant person—with some prosecutors claiming they will enforce the ban.
That’s left healthcare providers scrambling to interpret the 1849 law, its potential applicability, and how it affects patient care.
At a Wisconsin Health News panel on Oct. 11, experts will weigh in on the current situation and what’s next.
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