Abortion Has Been Banned in At Least 13 States

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Some states had trigger bans or other pre-existing abortion restrictions on the books, and those are now taking effect because the Supreme Court has ruled there’s no constitutional right to abortion. At least 13 states had trigger bans in place, many of which can take up to 30 days to go into effect, but others are immediate. Abortion is now illegal and has come to a halt in states like Oklahoma, Arkansas, Alabama, Louisiana, Missouri, Utah, South Dakota, and Kentucky.  Some states’ laws are unclear making the abortion issue more complicated, while some liberal states advertise themselves as abortion hot spots.