Pro-Life States in 2022

On June 24, 2022 the Supreme Court of the United States upheld Dobbs vs Jackson’s Women’s Health and further clarified that there is no right to an abortion within the Constitution as was found in Roe and Casey.

The Constitution makes no reference to abortion, and no such right is implicitly protected by any constitutional provision, including the one on which the defenders of Roe and Casey now chiefly rely—the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. (5)

Our Nation’s historical understanding of ordered liberty does not prevent the people’s elected representatives from deciding how abortion should be regulated. (31)

With this monumental win for life, a number of provisions within the various States kicked in banning or severely limiting the abortion act and saving the lives of babies across the nation! Below is a list of States and their current legislative statuses on abortion bans or limits as according to the Washington Post. For specific legislative actions, check out the AUL Legislative Action section of their website.

StateAbortion Policy
AlabamaBanned or mostly banned
AlaskaLegal & likely to remain legal
ArkansasBanned or mostly banned
CaliforniaLegal & likely to remain legal
ColoradoLegal & likely to remain legal
ConnecticutLegal & likely to remain legal
DelawareLegal & likely to remain legal
GeorgiaLikely to ban
HawaiiLegal & likely to remain legal
IdahoBanned within 1 month of overturn (06/22)
IllinoisLegal & likely to remain legal
IndianaLikely to ban
IowaLikely to ban
KansasLegal & likely to remain legal
KentuckyBanned or mostly banned
LouisianaBanned or mostly banned
MaineLegal & likely to remain legal
MarylandLegal & likely to remain legal
MassachusettsLegal & likely to remain legal
MichiganLegal & likely to remain legal
MinnesotaLegal & likely to remain legal
MississippiBanned within 1 month of overturn (06/22)
MissouriBanned or mostly banned
MontanaLegal & likely to remain legal
NebraskaLikely to ban
NevadaLegal & likely to remain legal
New HampshireLegal & likely to remain legal
New JerseyLegal & likely to remain legal
New MexicoLegal & likely to remain legal
New YorkLegal & likely to remain legal
North CarolinaLegal with limits
North DakotaBanned within 1 month of overturn (06/22)
OhioBanned or mostly banned
OklahomaBanned or mostly banned
OregonLegal & likely to remain legal
PennsylvaniaLegal & likely to remain legal
Rhode IslandLegal & likely to remain legal
South CarolinaLikely to ban
South DakotaBanned or mostly banned
TennesseeBanned within 1 month of overturn (06/22)
TexasBanned or mostly banned
UtahBanned or mostly banned
VermontLegal & likely to remain legal
VirginiaBanned after 26 weeks, 6 days
WashingtonLegal & likely to remain legal
West VirginiaLikely to ban
WisconsinBanned or mostly banned for now
WyomingBanned within 1 month of overturn (06/22)

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