On May 15, 2019, Governor Ivey signed bill HB314 into law. The bill is not set to go into effect until 6 months after it has been signed; however, on Friday, May 24, 2019, the ACLU of Alabama filed a lawsuit in conjunction with the national ACLU and Planned Parenthood asking a court to block the law from taking effect.
This means abortion is still legal in Alabama and will stay legal for the foreseeable future.
This page will be updated regarding any changes to abortion access in Alabama. If it hasn't been updated, then this information is still the most up-to-date.
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If you are in need of abortion care in Alabama, please contact an abortion provider near you. The following are the only three clinics in Alabama:
- Alabama Women's Center, Huntsville
- Reproductive Health Services, Montgomery
- West Alabama Women's Center, Tuscaloosa
The following places offer free or reduced cost Plan B:
- Birmingham Free Store
- POWER House
The following organizations provide assistance with funding, travel, and other support:
- Yellowhammer Fund
- POWER House
- Linda D Foundation
- Case: Robinson, et al. v. Marshall, et al.
- Following the 2019 Legislative Session
- Op-ed: Alabama's Abortion Ban Is A Political Stunt That Will Cost Its Taxpayers
- Press release: ACLU of Alabama responds to Abortion Ban Bill
- Comment: ACLU of Alabama comment on HB314 passing House
- Comment: ACLU-AL comment on HB314 passing Senate Committee
- Comment: ACLU of Alabama comment on HB314 passing Senate
- Comment: ACLU of Alabama comment on governor signing HB314
- Press release: ACLU, Planned Parenthood file lawsuit challenging Alabama's abortion ban
Page last updated: June 19, 2019