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Roe’s overturning won’t affect abortion access for service members, Pentagon says
Last week’s Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and allowing states to ban abortion will not stop the U.S. military from permitting its medical providers to continue to perform abortions in cases of rape, incest or if the mother’s life would be endangered by carrying the pregnancy to term, according to a Pentagon memo issued Tuesday. The Pentagon also said the court’s decision would not affect its leave policy, which allows personnel to travel as needed to receive care for one of the covered abortions or, in other cases, at their own expense. The high court’s decision, handed down Friday, had raised questions about whether the military’s medical system would be allowed to provide access to covered abortions even in states that have banned or plan to ban the procedure.