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There are 13 states with so-called “trigger laws” that will quickly ban — or at least severely restrict — abortions.

States with abortion bans or restrictions, as well as those that are likely to ban abortion in the near future, tend to have fewer economic protections for working women than other states, making a harsher burden on people seeking abortions. With these bans, women in these states may also lose out on earnings now that they may have to travel far to get abortion access, C. Nicole Mason, president and CEO of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, previously told Insider.

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