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Listen: Abortion is considered basic health care in Mexico City. Its clinics are open to U.S. women.

Private clinics offer abortions at a fraction of the cost in the United States. City public health clinics may be more difficult to navigate but offer abortions free of charge, including for noncitizens.

Dr. María L. García Martínez, checks the intrauterine device, IUD, which is inserted in the uterus to provide birth control, in the patient Lilia del Carmen Ortega, 47, at the Inguarán Maternity Hospital in Mexico City, Mexico on July 1, 2022.
Verónica G. Cárdenas for The Texas Tribune

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