Which States Allow Abortion After the Overturning of Roe v. Wade? 

Are you worried about abortion restrictions in our state after the overturning of Roe v Wade? We understand how difficult this time may be, and we are here for you. 

Though our state may ban abortion, it is not entirely outlawed everywhere in the U.S. We can help you better understand what is and isn’t restricted so you can move forward with clarity. 

State Abortion Restrictions

 In June of 2022, after almost 50 years, the Supreme Court overturned the 1973 abortion rights ruling decision. This decision returns the power to each state to decide on abortion regulations. State residents now have control over what they believe abortion laws should be where they live.

 What Does This Mean for Texas? 

A 6-week abortion ban was put into place in Texas on September 1, 2021. Since the June 2022 decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, abortion is now banned in the state of Texas. The one exception is in cases of life endangerment. 

What States Allow Abortions? 

After the Supreme Court’s June 2022 decision, at least 14 states now ban abortion, while other states have varying restrictions. 

There are many states where abortion remains completely legal. To see a complete state-by-state report, please view the maps here. 

Many state abortion restrictions are constantly changing as state lawmakers are quickly moving to enforce the laws reflecting the views of those who elected them. 

Talk Over Your Options 

If you are considering traveling for an abortion, it’s important to confirm your pregnancy to determine if you are eligible for abortion and what procedure. 

Prior to any abortion procedure, essential lab testing, bloodwork, and a diagnostic ultrasound need to be done. These steps are essential for your health, safety, and benefit. 

We offer these pre-abortion medical services at no cost to you. We also provide a confidential, judgment-free environment to explore all options available.