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U.S. StateChange in the no. of abortion clinics, 2014-2017 a% change in the no. of abortion clinics, 2014-2017 aNo. of abortion clinics, 2017 a% of women aged 15-44 living in a county without a clinic, 2017 a
Alabama0 0 5 59
Alaska1 33 4 32
Arizona-1 -11 8 18
Arkansas0 0 3 77
California9 6 161 3
Colorado-3 -14 18 27
Connecticut1 4 26 5
Delaware1 33 4 18
District of Columbia-1 -20 4 0
Florida-6 -8 65 24
Georgia-2 -12 15 55
Hawaii0 0 4 5
Idaho0 0 3 67
Illinois1 4 25 37
Indiana-3 -33 6 70
Iowa-4 -33 8 58
Kansas0 0 4 61
Kentucky-1 -50 1 82
Louisiana-1 -20 4 72
Maine12 300 16 24
Maryland0 0 25 29
Massachusetts5 36 19 13
Michigan1 5 21 35
Minnesota1 17 7 61
Mississippi0 0 1 91
Missouri2 200 3 78
Montana0 0 5 56
Nebraska0 0 3 40
Nevada-1 -13 7 9
New Hampshire0 0 4 30
New Jersey0 0 41 26
New Mexico-3 -33 6 48
New York18 19 113 8
North Carolina-2 -13 14 53
North Dakota0 0 1 72
Ohio-3 -25 9 55
Oklahoma1 33 4 53
Oregon1 7 16 23
Pennsylvania-2 -10 18 48
Rhode Island-1 -33 2 22
South Carolina1 33 4 71
South Dakota0 0 1 76
Tennessee1 14 8 63
Texas-7 -25 21 43
Utah1 50 3 63
Vermont0 0 6 38
Virginia-2 -11 16 80
Washington7 21 40 10
West Virginia-1 -50 1 90
Wisconsin-1 -25 3 70
Wyoming0 0 2 96
U.S. total19 2 808 38
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Notes

  1. A provider is a hospital, clinic or physician's office where abortions are performed. Physicians’ offices reporting 400 or more abortions a year are classified as clinics.
  2. u = unavailable
  3. n/a = not applicable

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