We spoke with Scott Thorson, who witnessed a notorious L.A. drug dealer call for the bludgeoning deaths of four people in 1981, for the first time since he was released from a seven-year prison stint rol.st/39cSrjz
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AidAccess is just one of the providers helping people in Texas, and across the U.S., self-manage their abortions at home. It has 10 medical providers serving all 50 states — seven based in the U.S. and three based overseas.
Most people who choose to use pills rather than undergo a surgical procedure — roughly 40 percent of women in the U.S. — self-administer those pills at home. Studies indicate that the self-administered abortion pill is 95% effective at ending an unwanted pregnancy up to 11 weeks.