Connecticut Abortion Law Post-Dobbs

Abortion access does not appear to be under immediate threat in Connecticut following the Court’s Dobbs decision.  Connecticut has no trigger law in effect, no fetal personhood laws, and no “vestigial” constitutional provisions banning abortion.  Nor does Connecticut have a mandatory ultrasound law, a mandatory waiting period, a parental consent or notification requirement, or a law banning a particular method of abortion (a so-called “partial birth” abortion ban).