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Planned Parenthood Stands for Care

We are here to make sure you understand how these new laws affect your ability to get a safe, legal abortion, as well as help you with information and financial resources, where available, to get abortion care in other states. Your health and well-being are our highest priority, no matter where you live.

Regardless of your state's abortion laws, we are here to help you understand your options and access the care you need.

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Abortion laws by state

Alaska

Abortion is still legal in Alaska. Planned Parenthood health centers — with supportive doctors, nurses, and expert staff — continue to provide the care and resources you've come to rely on.

Hawai’i

Abortion is still legal in Hawai’i. Planned Parenthood health centers — with supportive doctors, nurses, and expert staff — continue to provide the care and resources you've come to rely on.

Idaho

Abortion is still legal in Idaho right now. However, a full abortion ban will go into effect in 30 days after the Supreme Court ruling with limited exceptions in cases of rape, incest, or if the life of the pregnant person is at risk. 

Indiana

Abortion is still legal in Indiana right now. However, we expect quick action by state legislators to ban it. Lawmakers have already called upon Gov. Holcomb to hold a special legislative session this summer specifically to ban abortion to the extent allowed by SCOTUS. 

Indiana has the second highest number of abortion restrictions of any state in the country, so even while abortion is legal for now, it will continue to be severely restricted.

Kentucky

Abortion is legal in Kentucky right now.

If you need care, our staff is ready to help you find an appointment and provide you with the information and resources you need to access care.

Washington

Abortion is still legal in Washington. Planned Parenthood health centers — with supportive doctors, nurses, and expert staff — continue to provide the care and resources you've come to rely on.

Abortion Laws in the U.S.

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