Women, especially women who have lower wages, will be the most impacted by the accessibility of health clinics, contraceptives, and abortions. By having the opportunity and choice either to terminate a pregnancy, take preventive measures against a pregnancy, and access to medical care, women will have more flexibility in the workforce and be able to take their personal health into their own hands without feeling pressured into a decision. Gracie-Marie Turner states that, “Many of the young women described in The Times article have had a difficult start in life… They see too few job opportunities, especially in poorer areas…”, while describing her opinion. While a majority of abortions are performed on economically struggling women, having more access to contraceptives, health clinics, and sex education could reduce the number of unintentional pregnancies. Also these government health clinics can help to reduce the number of maternal deaths due to childbirth, improper abortion techniques, and prenatal complications. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, a non profit organization that focuses on health issues, “Approximately one-third of maternal deaths could be prevented annually if women who did not wish to become pregnant had access to and used effective contraception”. This is drawing attention to that fact that many women die because of preventable complications during a pregnancy. Increasing the amount of government funded health clinics would help women become better educated on their reproductive systems and have access to affordable medical care and forms of contraception.