I wasn't aware of any abortion laws changing, but I'll respond to this topic. My opinion on this is very complicated. Before my pregnancy, I was 100% against abortion. Just the thought of abortion disgusted me, and I felt judgemental/hateful towards women who have gotten abortions. Then I got pregnant unexpectedly, at a time when I wasn't ready. Suddenly my perspective changed a LOT. I felt the fear-the PANIC-, the regret of an unplanned pregnancy. I even briefly considered abortion, but decided against it. Just when I settled into my new role as a mother, at about 6 weeks, I miscarried. I went through a whole new range of emotions, including anger, sadness, and guilt. Needless to say I'm glad I didn't choose abortion, because the way I felt after the miscarriage was bad enough. The whole experience affirmed that I am PERSONALLY pro-life, but I have more understanding for women who choose abortion. I believe women should have the right to choose because ultimately it is their body and their mental and physical health. Ending an unwanted pregnancy might be a better choice for one woman and, consequently, the child she would have had. Yet for another woman, the sacrifices and struggle she might have to face with an unplanned pregnancy might be an easier road than abortion. I know for myself if I become pregnant again and it's not the best of circumstances (financial, or God forbid a serious illness), I will continue the pregnancy and do the best I can. But I won't say that others shouldn't have the option.