Indiana Sen. Susan Glick, author of Senate Bill 1, debates Sen. Greg Taylor. Indiana was the first state to pass a restrictive law against abortion after Roe v. Wade.
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Laws that ban abortion or severely restrict the procedure have gone into effect in about a dozen states after the US Supreme Court ended a constitutional right to abortion on June 24.

On July 26, the Supreme Court transmitted its judgment in the case, taking the procedural step that started the process for some states to implement their so-called trigger bans on abortion.

In several of these states, abortion rights advocates and providers have taken legal action to challenge abortion restrictions and have seen some success in temporarily blocking bans.

Here are the states that have enacted restrictions on abortion or face legal challenges over their bans:

States where abortion bans or limits are in effect

Alabama: abortion banned