Louisiana Abortion Law Post-Dobbs

Recently enacted revisions to the Louisiana abortion regulation scheme render intentionally causing an abortion (including administering, prescribing, providing or selling on the internet any drugs or substances) by anyone, including licensed physicians but excepting the pregnant woman, from the point at which a pregnancy is "clinically diagnosable" (blood or urine test or ultrasound possible that indicates implantation has occurred), a criminal offense subject to terms of imprisonment from 1 to 10 years and fines. The prohibition does not provide an exception for rape or incest.