Every woman, no matter where she lives, should have access to abortion when she needs it. Abortion is an essential part of comprehensive reproductive health care, and 1 in 4 women will experience abortion in her lifetime. Yet, our constitutionally protected right to abortion is under constant attack. Since 2011, states have enacted over 400 abortion restrictions, including bans on abortion, medically unnecessary and burdensome regulations on abortion providers meant to shut them down, measures intended to judge and shame women, prohibitions on insurance coverage of abortion, and laws allowing health care providers’ religious beliefs to override patient access to abortion.1 At the same time, the current federal Administration has taken a number of steps to restrict access to abortion, including nominating and confirming Supreme Court justices with demonstrated hostility to abortion who could shift the balance of the Court against women’s constitutional right to abortion. Abortion restrictions create unnecessary and harmful barriers that can delay and otherwise make access to care burdensome. Some women may be unable to overcome these barriers and will be forced to carry an unwanted pregnancy to term. Women of color, young people, and LGBTQ communities are disproportionately affected by restrictions on access to abortion.