a sign reading "abortion is health care" held up in a crowd

Abortion access significantly diminished in North Carolina on July 1 as the time frame for seeking most abortions dropped from 20 weeks of pregnancy to 12 weeks under the state’s new law. Lawmakers also placed more requirements on women seeking abortions and on their providers, such as requiring an in-person appointment for state-mandated counseling at least 72 hours before an abortion. Credit: Rose Hoban

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