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Existing laws requiring abortion clinics to meet surgical center standards and require abortion providers to have hospital privileges
Women on Medicaid in 35 States and DC Have Extremely Limited Abortion Coverage Due to Hyde Amendment
In 35 states and DC, Medicaid programs do not pay for any abortions beyond the Hyde exceptions. Over half of women with Medicaid coverage live in states that essentially do not cover most abortions.
Two federal courts have now issued nationwide preliminary injunctions against the new HHS Title X regulations for family planning clinics receiving federal funding. This Chart of the Week breaks down the status of all eight legal challenges nationwide.
A majority of Americans incorrectly think most abortions occur 8 weeks or more into a pregnancy and few are aware that less than 5% of abortions occur more than 20 weeks into a pregnancy. Learn more in this Chart of the Week.
This graphic shows that access to abortion will be increasingly difficult for people living in Louisiana if SCOTUS upholds the state’s hospital admitting privileges law.