A doctor who performs abortions organizes his clinic in early 2022 as the Supreme Court prepares to reconsider the 1973 ruling that legalized the procedure nationwide.(Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times)Published April 14, 2022 Updated June 24, 2022 11:51 AM PTFacebookTwitterShow more sharing optionsShareClose extra sharing optionsFacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCopy Link URLCopied!Print“The Future of Abortion” is a series of occasional stories about the state of abortion as it is challenged in a divided country.Read moreWorld & NationWhere is abortion legal? In red states, women navigate a chaotic abortion landscapeThe logistics of accessing abortion is about to get more complicated, with at least 26 states set to ban the procedure after the fall of Roe vs. Wade.World & NationAs Roe vs. Wade falls, New Mexico braces for a steep rise of abortion seekersNew Mexico is one of six states that allow late-term abortions. With Roe vs. Wade reversed, it expects a steep rise in out-of-state visitors.World & NationPhotos: Emotions run high as Supreme Court reverses Roe vs. WadeIn a historic reversal, the Supreme Court on Friday overturned the landmark 1973 Roe vs. World & NationThe antiabortion movement fuels a growth industry: Pregnancy centersThere are more than 2,500 pregnancy centers across the country, including 200 in Texas. With Roe vs. Wade expected to fall, those numbers are poised to grow.World & NationEven with Roe vs. Wade in place, low-income women struggle to get abortions in TexasIf Roe vs. Wade falls, low-income women will suffer most. Texas offers a preview.PoliticsAbortion pills: A post-Roe game changer — and the next battlegroundAhead of an expected Supreme Court decision on Roe vs. Wade, medication abortions have surged — and drawn the interest of opposition groups.PoliticsWhere Roe went wrong: A sweeping new abortion right built on a shaky legal foundation Legal scholars and political scientists point to major missteps at the start which left the Roe vs. Wade decision vulnerable. World & NationAs Supreme Court weighs abortion, Christians challenge what it means to be ‘pro-life’The Republican Party, evangelical Christianity and the antiabortion movement have long been inextricably linked. Some Christians want to change that.PoliticsRape exceptions to abortion bans were once widely accepted. No moreConservative statehouses are dropping rape exceptions from abortion bans as they look ahead to the Supreme Court’s expected decision in a major abortion case.World & NationAs a med student, he saw women nearly die from illegal abortions. At 83, he sees no end to his workWith the Supreme Court expected to rule on Roe vs. Wade in the coming months, a Colorado abortion provider has recommitted himself to what he says is his life’s work: helping women. Podcasts Podcast: Future of Abortion Part 1 | Medicine Dr. Warren Hern has performed abortions since before Roe v. Wade. He speaks about his career — and the fears he has for the future.Podcasts Podcast: Future of Abortion Part 2 | ChurchThe complicated story of how evangelicals mobilized around restricting abortion, and one Christian woman’s place in it all.Podcasts Podcast: The Future of Abortion Part 3 | MoneyHow Texas has made it nearly impossible for low-income women to get an abortion. And how other states want to copy that.Podcasts Podcast: The Future of Abortion, Part 4 | Keeping ItPregnancy centers have grown in numbers with the backing of antiabortion religious organizations. What’s their future like in a post-Roe vs. Wade world?Podcasts Podcast: The Future of Abortion, Part 5 | LawWhat went wrong with Roe vs. Wade, and why the court’s effort to resolve the abortion controversy back in 1973 has instead led to decades of division.