Nearly a year after the U.S. Supreme Court allowed abortion bans around the country to take effect, some cities and states are pushing in the other direction, a new report finds.
A report from the Guttmacher Institute finds that state abortion restrictions do not necessarily correlate to a lower abortion rate, as more patients travel out of state.
Click to see how restrictive or liberal local abortion laws are — and to look at the rate of abortion. The data offers a sense of whether stricter abortion laws reduce the number of abortions.
The bill would ban most abortions as early as around six weeks, allow people to sue anyone who helps end a pregnancy after that point and fine physicians $10,000 for each such abortion they perform.