>>462>Anything that's contraband is going to be hard to get a hold of.
Abortion pills are legal in a lot of places. Like Mexico for example.
There was an article in the New York Times that in Guanajuato city in Mexico an activist named Verónica Cruz is going to make pills available. This isn't like drug running, most people are indifferent or in favor of this and will look away if they see you doing this. There is no money in this either, pharma companies didn't even try to lobby against losing their abortion pill market, that means the stakes are super-low.
Whorehouses and stripper-clubs are going to import abortion pills off the books, but also a lot of businesses that have a membership-subscription model like fitness-clubs and nail-salons are going to do it to lure more female customers. Fitness-clubs already sell roids with questionable legality to bodybuilders, so they will just expand their product catalogue. It will also become a side-hustle for pharmacies, delis, gas-stations, motels and clinics. If you don't mind paying a middle-men you can get it from those places.
The point is that the abortion ban will fall apart anyway and you might as well score some wins for communism in the mean time.
The material reality is that laws are upheld by 95% voluntary compliance and 5% enforcement. They won't be able to get that compliance to enforcement ratio in this case, and if they go above this ratio they will de-legitimatize them self, and that will switch off voluntary compliance. On top of this dynamic is that the US military already has exempt military personnel, creating a caste of people that has more rights. Other organizations will try to emulate this caste status as well, although probably via loop-holes since they don't have the level of fuck-laws-firepower that the military has.