By NICHOLAS KAMM/Associated PressPresident Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan say they want to make it easier for women to have abortions in the United States.
But experts and abortion opponents have questioned the motives behind the legislation.
In Georgia, more than 3,000 women have received abortions since Trump took office, and more than 40% of them are in the state’s 20 largest cities.
A recent report from the Georgia Center for Reproductive Rights found that while abortion restrictions in Georgia are generally lower than in most states, they still disproportionately impact women of color.
The center said that in addition to being disproportionately affected by abortion restrictions, black women are more likely to have a medical complication than white women.