16.7 abortions per 1,000 women aging from 15 to 44 years old. The number of abortions is 11,170. Abortion in Connecticut is legal up to the point of fetal viability.
Connecticut was the first state to criminalize abortion after codifying its common law in 1821. The state was one of ten states to have a customary informed consent provision for abortions in 2007.
The number of abortion clinics in Connecticut state has been reducing. There were 46 abortion clinics in 1982, dropping to 43 in 1992 to 21 in 2014. In May 2019, abortion-rights activists in the state participated in the #StoptheBans movement.