There weren't too many surprises, but the ones that were interesting to me were Alaska, Colorado, and Montana which were listed as "likely to protect abortion access". In these typically conservative states, that just struck me as odd.
Also, the article has lots of statistics on abortion for each state.
Virginia has 46 abortion providers, had 28,780 abortions (I assume last year) which is 20% of the total pregnancies. It is also 2.2% of the total abortions nationwide. By my calculations, that means well over 1 million abortions are committed every year.
I had no idea the % of pregnancies that end in abortion was so high.
D.C. had the highest rate at 37%. South Dakota had the lowest at 8%.
I am still not very confident Roe v. Wade will ever be overturned, but I do think abortion restrictions like parental notification and late-term abortion bans will continue to gain traction nationwide. Hopefully this will help curb the numbers of abortions we see in Virginia and also America as a whole.