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North Dakota currently has no abortion clinics. North Dakota also has a law in effect that only allows an abortion up to 6 weeks under very limited circumstances, and then bans doctors from providing abortion after 6 weeks unless the pregnant person’s life or health is in danger.

North Dakota’ abortion ban is now in effect. The ban means that doctors in the state are only allowed to perform an abortion up to 6 weeks of pregnancy for someone who is a survivor of rape or incest. Doctors can perform an abortion after 6 weeks only if the life or health of the pregnant person is at risk.

If you need an abortion, you may need to travel to a state like Minnesota where abortion is not currently banned. Visit the state page for Minnesota here, or return to the home page to check the law in other states near you. You can also call our helpline to learn more about accessing abortion, the law, and your rights.

To find a clinic near you, you can visit ineedana.org for up to date information.

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