Abortions could require 200-mile trips if Roe is overturned
If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, the average American could have to travel around 125 miles to reach the nearest abortion provider, compared to the current average of 25 miles, according to the Myers Abortion Facility database.
State of play: 12 states will immediately restrict abortion if Roe disappears, and others would be likely to impose significant new restrictions.
Driving the news: The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a challenge today to a Mississippi law that bans nearly all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy. The case is a direct challenge to Roe.
By the numbers: The percentage of people living over 200 miles away from a provider would increase from 1% to 29%, according to the database.