1. There is no prohibition from people going out of state to get the medical care that they need.
2. Some people can't afford to go to a pro-abortion jurisdiction. Some people can.
3. In Texas, median hourly wages for black workers have
barely budged since 2000, holding at about $15 an hour, even as white
workers’ median wage rose 13 percent to $21.67 in 2017 from $19.14 in
2000.With poverty rates twice as high as those for white Texans, people of colour are disproportionately burdened by poverty, with Hispanics
making up more than half of the state's poor population even though
they're far from the majority of the state's population.
4. Therefore, people of colour are less affluent and have more trouble affording the costs of going out of jurisdiction for the medical care that they are being refused in Texas.