National Network of Abortion Funds, Lilith Fund
In 2021, Texas enacted a trigger ban, intended to prohibit abortion in almost all situations, and a six-week ban which allows private individuals to sue abortion providers or helpers in Texas courts.
Missouri Abortion Fund
Missouri has just one abortion provider, and 78 percent of Missouri women live in counties with no abortion clinic. Missouri has a trigger ban intended to prohibit all abortion as well as an eight-week abortion ban that’s currently blocked from taking effect.
Arkansas Abortion Support Network
77 percent of Arkansas women live in counties with no abortion clinic. Arkansas passed a trigger ban intended to prohibit abortion in 2019.
New Orleans Abortion Fund
72 percent of women live in counties with no access to an abortion provider. Among other restrictions, Louisiana has a trigger law banning abortion after Roe is reversed “in whole or in part.”
North Dakota WIN (Women in Need) Abortion Access Fund
North Dakota has one open abortion provider, and 72 percent of North Dakota women live in counties with no abortion clinic. It enacted a near-total trigger ban in 2007, which would take effect after the legislature approves a recommendation from the state attorney general clearing the maneuver as constitutional.
Womens Medical Fund Inc
70 percent of Wisconsin women live in counties with no abortion clinic. Wisconsin has an unenforced pre-Roe ban.
Kansas Abortion Fund
In 2019, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that the state constitution protects abortion rights — but this August, voters will weigh in on an amendment directly challenging that decision. If the amendment passes without Roe as a backdrop, a Republican supermajority will have the opportunity to pursue restrictions on par with Kansas’s conservative neighbors’.
Iowa Abortion Access Fund
Iowa has passed legislation banning abortion as early as six weeks, with only a few narrow exceptions. A court struck down that law after the state Supreme Court issued a ruling protecting abortion rights in 2018, but Republican lawmakers are working to advance an amendment saying the state constitution does not allow those protections.
Carolina Abortion Fund
In 2021, South Carolina’s governor signed a six-week ban into effect, which was subsequently blocked by the courts. In Roe’s absence, the law would make most abortions illegal throughout the state.
DC Abortion Fund
80 percent of Virginia women live in counties with no abortion clinic. Then-Governor Ralph Northam eased abortion restrictions in 2020, but it remains uncodified in the state constitution. The current governor, Glenn Youngkin, identifies as “pro-life” and seems to support further restrictions.
New Mexico Religious Coalition For Reproductive Choice
In early 2021, the governor signed a law overturning the state’s unenforced pre-Roe ban. Nonetheless, the constitution lacks explicit protections, even as it accepts clinic overflow from more hostile states like Texas.