Laws and policies that limit access to reproductive health care have devastating and wide-ranging effects on women’s lives, families, and entire communities. These include tangible economic impacts: restricting access to reproductive health care creates barriers to women’s pursuit of education and their participation in the workforce. Women’s overall earnings suffer as a result, and these restrictions have broader implications for the state’s economy and labor force, as well. IWPR estimates show that reproductive health restrictions cost the Florida economy billions of dollars each year.