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Abortion clinic office in Waukegan

A room in a Planned Parenthood of Illinois clinic in Waukegan, where abortion providers from Wisconsin are helping provide access to more patients from their home state, now that abortion access is nearly banned there.

Manuel Martinez

Wisconsin health care workers drive hours to provide abortions in Illinois

Since Roe v. Wade was overturned, Planned Parenthood clinics across Illinois have seen an influx of patients from Wisconsin. With abortion almost completely banned in the Badger state, some providers are making long commutes to serve patients across the Illinois border.

Reset learns more about how Midwest abortion providers are teaming up to expand access in Illinois.

GUESTS: Kristen Schorsch, WBEZ public health and politics reporter

Kristen Schultz, chief strategy and operations officer of Planned Parenthood of Illinois

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