It’s the only state that’s codified the procedure in the U.S. heartland even if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade. The state is girding for a surge in the number of women coming from other states for abortions.
The sixth-largest U.S. state already has seen an increase in demand given a slew of abortion restrictions enacted over the last decade in neighboring states. When the court releases its final decision, bans — except in extreme cases such as rape, incest or risk to the mother’s life — could be triggered around the Midwest, potentially turning the Land of Lincoln into an island of abortion rights. More at the link in bio.