What if public health insurance paid for abortion? More and more people are beginning to ask that question. With support for Roe v. Wade stronger than ever before, reproductive rights advocates have moved the “Overton window” of what policy ideas are considered feasible. Now, instead of simply defending the right to abortion, they’re talking about securing access. Advocates have been trying to get public insurance to cover abortion for some time now, and they’re beginning to see victories in legislation and lawsuits.