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Some Americans have offered to help others travel out of state for an abortion. But in the post-Roe era, experts call attention

(CNN)The Supreme Court of the Earthquake overturned the Roe v. Wade caseWithin hours of the ruling, sincerely Message spread on social media:If you need help gettingquakein another state, I can help.

"We have to support each other, we have to let (people) know that they are not alone," said Stephanie Bolivar, who lives in Brooklyn, New York. Said. In her Facebook post, she offered to accommodate someone who needed to travel to New York to have an abortion. Then she sent a message to a few young women who used to be baby sat in Georgia, where Bolivar grew up, and extended her offer as needed.

"I feel like we have to stick to each other," Bolivar said. "This affects everyone."

Eddie Phanichkul, who lives in Milwaukee, helps cover the transportation costs of those who need to travel to neighboring states to have an abortion. I posted it. His inspiration was, in part, thinking about the rights deprived of his baby daughter.

They were angry with thedecision and posted a similar message on, offerings such as financial assistance and accommodation for Americans who need to travel across state boundaries. I was among hundreds of people. abortion. Some use coded phrases, while others are more direct, such as Phanichkul and Bolivar.
However, while many offers can be made in good faith, abortion activists and legal experts have unprecedented in the post-law America in the era of. It warns of digital monitoring. --These online communications may entail complex security and legal risks for both parties assignificantly different patchwork of abortion legislation begins to materializeandcomes into force. There is sex.

Some posters may be trying to scam vulnerable individuals, while others are digital trails where communications can be used for potential prosecution. May be created.

"Someone is sincere and welcomes strangers to the house," said Kiara M, UC Berkeley Law School. Professor Bridges said. "But I think it raises some questions about being held accountable."

The national network of abortion fundshas been both in demand and donations since the court's ruling. Informed CNN that the number of abortions is increasing and encouraged individuals seeking abortion to contact an established abortion fund or local clinic.

"If someone is facing a barrier of care, it is often complicated. Often it is a complex barrier, and abortion funds are funding, travel, accommodation, childcare, etc. It actually holds certain expertise to help callers overcome obstacles, the language barrier. "

"It's amazing to have such a large amount of support," Ghosh added. "We want that energy to be directed in a way that really helps people access care, while paying attention to people's safety and privacy."

Why they are offering help

Phanichkul said he was surprised at the decision. Immediately after the Roe v. Wade reversal, a 19th-century law banning abortioncame to Wisconsinafter a state Republican-controlled legislature refused to abolish abortion earlier that week. It was enforced in.
In neighboring Minnesota, Democratic Governor Tim Walzhas issued a presidential orderto prevent women seeking abortion from being exposed to legal consequences in other states. I signed it. And Illinois has theAbortion Access Protection Act, which came into force in 2019. Illinois for anyone in Wisconsin who had to get the procedure. "If someone is really struggling, I'm willing to help find resources, help pay for them, and help move them," he told CNN.

Bolivar, who works as a software engineer in Brooklyn, said he also thought about many of the people around her affected: a young woman in her hometown who is now heading to college and her. A close friend of the university, who needed a procedure many years ago. Bolivar wants people near her, and those who find her post, to know that she can help her in her little way.

"It was very frustrating," she said. "(Emotions) are still quite a bit, from things that are really, really angry and very angry, to things that are just sad and trying to understand what I can do to help. It's a range. "

Governor of New York. In early June, Kathy Hokulsigned a billaimed at protecting out-of-state patients and abortion donors from legal action in other states, of six bills. Five of them went into effect immediately. On the other hand,Georgiahas a restriction law that may come into effect soon. This prohibits abortion when a "fetal heartbeat" is detected in front of many, about 6 weeks after pregnancy. I know they are pregnant.

Brooklyn therapist and racial equity consultant Sydney Corridors is sad after the ruling and needs help finding a contact organization, or other kind of help around him. Said he wanted to act as a resource for the people of.

"I will pay as much as I can to contribute to those who do not have access to abortion and receive the care I need," she wrote on Twitter.

"I'm neither wealthy nor wealthy, but I can earn a stable income. To appear as a member of the community, recognize my privileges, and provide some funding for them. I wanted to be in my community and beyond who is in trouble, "she said.

"Unprecedented" legal situation

But when the jurisdiction of the whole United States is, about the abortion problem-andHow aggressively to prosecute those seeking procedures-a simple offer of assistance like these can be complicated. For example, there are many questions about whether there is a legal impact on residents seeking or supporting residents across state boundaries.
Supreme Court ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization,three dissenting judgestouch on the legal situation I did. Many questions about interstate conflicts. " The Supreme Court will soon be at the center of an "abortion war between jurisdictions," including whether a state can prohibit women from traveling to another state for abortion.
The National Right to Life Commission, the country's oldest and largest anti-abortion group, has already betby the state to "cause, encourage, or bet on something illegal." We are asking you to limit "collusion". "Abortion", "trafficking" for abortion-inducing drugs, "trafficking for minors".

"It is which country that opposes abortion decides to do this first, which provider, or helper or patient they target, what state law says, abortion support state law It will depend on what you say. Glia Donley, an associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh Law School, said: "These will be very complicated questions."

"I don't know exactly if there was an example in history, or at least in modern history where the state was so divided and had a very strong interest in the opposite direction," Donley added. "It's certainly unprecedented in modern history."

What experts should consider

Experts and supporters are worried It's not just legal concerns. Especially for those who are going to travel for the procedure. Rachel Lebouche, a professor of law at Temple University's Beasley School of Law, is concerned that some of the online support may disseminate false information or attempt to exploit vulnerable individuals. Said that.

Others are worried about the privacy implications of information posted online.

"Everyone knows that our data is not secure on social media and that there is little privacy protection when using social media apps," Bridges said. .. "I would be surprised if that data wasn't monitored."

Digital rights expertsaid law enforcement agencies investigating or prosecuting abortion-related cases have searched people's search history. Warnedthat it may use location data and other digital information. Civil rights attorney Cynthia Conti-Cookpreviously told CNN that many online actions, including search history, calls, text logs, and email, have helped provide state investigations and proceedings. He said it could be part of. Access to abortion is a crime.

That's why advocates of abortion rights encourage anyone who seeks an abortion to seek help from an established organization, says NNAF Gauche. Told.

According to its website, the network has more than 80 member organizations, providing people with financial and logistics resources to access abortion, including transportation, accommodation and childcare. You can connect.

And anyone who wants to help others can contact an established organization to find out what services they need, Ghosh said.

"We are deeply involved with the local abortion fund and ask if they are volunteers, vehicles, or financial support, what they need at the moment. I encourage you, "Gauche said.

"I deeply believe that there is a place for everyone to participate in this movement, but we need to be strategic and responsive to the needs of those who are doing this work in the field.