The Laws of Others: Mandating “Rights Through Travel” Between Discrimination, Moral Hazard, and Irrationality

Yasmine Ergas
Abortion travel can constitute a locus of collective action as well as an individual response to restrictive laws and practices. Women cross borders to access services where they are legal, or less expensive, or come with other advantages such as increased privacy or medical guarantees. But today, “abortion travel” may also allow states to elide their obligations. Ensuring “rights through travel” can enable states to enforce regulations within their own territory that would not pass...
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