As US poised to restrict abortion, other nations ease access

              FILE - Pro-abortion activists protest in front of the Uruguayan Congress in Montevideo, Uruguay, Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012. In 2022, in Uruguay, abortion is allowed on-demand. (AP Photo/Matilde Campodonico, File)
              FILE - Evelyn Beatriz Hernandez sits in court during her second trial, after her 30-year sentence for murder was overturned in February, in Ciudad Delgado on the outskirts of San Salvador, El Salvador, Monday, July 15, 2019. The young woman who was prosecuted under the country's highly restrictive abortion laws after birthing a baby into a pit latrine says she had no idea she was pregnant, as a result of a rape. (AP Photo/Salvador Melendez. File)
              An abortion rights supporter chants outside the Supreme Court during a hearing related to a controversial abortion case in Mexico City, Wednesday, June 29, 2016. Mexico's Supreme Court held in 2021, that it was unconstitutional to punish abortion. (AP Photo/Nick Wagner, File)
              FILE - Abortion-rights activists celebrate after the Constitutional Court approved the decriminalization of abortion, lifting all limitations on the procedure until the 24th week of pregnancy, in Bogota, Colombia, Monday, Feb. 21, 2022. Colombia, where the Constitutional Court in February legalized abortion until the 24th week of pregnancy, is part of a broader trend seen in parts of heavily Catholic Latin America. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara, FIle)
              FILE - An abortion-rights activist wears a mask with text that reads in Spanish "Legal Abortion" during a rally outside Congress as lawmakers debate a bill that would legalize abortion, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020. In Argentina, lawmakers in late 2020, passed a bill legalizing abortion until the 14th week. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko, File)