If Roe v. Wade is overturned, Texas D.A. offices would become a new battleground
Protesters hold signs outside of the Starr County Jail in Rio Grande City on April 9, 2022. People protested in support of Lizelle Herrera, a woman being held at the jail on a count of murder for allegedly having a self-induced abortion. | Michael Gonzales/Texas Tribune

The role of district attorneys in abortion cases

Prosecutorial discretion

The next frontiers

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Eleanor Klibanoff
Eleanor Klibanoff

Eleanor Klibanoff is the women's health reporter at The Texas Tribune. She was previously with the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting, where she covered sexual assault, domestic violence, and policing, among other things.