Madison-area folks and organizations that offer reproductive care are seeing contraception through a different lens post-Roe, as people are preparing for worst-case scenarios. Illustration by Kay Reynolds

A graphic shows on the left a intrauterine device with its winged top cut to evoke the clipping of fallopian tubes in a tubal ligation. On the right, a photo of oral contraceptives.

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