State data

Later abortion services and restrictions

(Services available in the absence of maternal or fetal indicators—refer to key below map)

Notes: This map reflects advertised services; some clinics go later for fetal anomalies and/or at the discretion of a physician on a case-by-case basis. Washington DC, not reflected on the map, has services to 26 weeks. Download pdf of maps showing changes between 2010 and 2015

  • 20-week ban enacted
  • No outpatient services after 22 weeks LMP (since last menstrual period)
  • Up to 22 weeks/6 days
  • Up to 23 weeks/6 days
  • Up to 24 weeks/6 days
  • Up to 26 weeks
  • After 26 weeks
  • 20-week ban enacted
  • No outpatient services after 22 weeks LMP (since last menstrual period)
  • Up to 22 weeks/6 days
  • Up to 23 weeks/6 days
  • Up to 24 weeks/6 days
  • Up to 26 weeks
  • After 26 weeks

Notes: This map reflects advertised services; some clinics go later for fetal anomalies and/or at the discretion of a physician on a case-by-case basis. Washington DC, not reflected on the map, has services to 26 weeks.

Download pdf of maps showing changes between 2010 and 2015

References:

  1. State Policies in Brief: State Policies on Later Abortions. Accessed at: http://www.guttmacher.org/statecenter/spibs/spib_PLTA.pdf
  2. NARAL Pro-choice America. State governments. Accessed at http://www.prochoiceamerica.org/government-and-you/state-governments/state-profiles/
  3. FindLaw. Accessed at http://www.findlaw.com