Alabama has become the latest US state to move to restrict abortions by passing a bill to outlaw the procedure in almost all cases.
The law includes a ban on abortion in cases of rape or incest.
Supporters say they expect the law to be blocked in court but hope that the appeals process will bring it before the Supreme Court.
They want the court, which now has a conservative majority, to overturn the 1973 ruling legalising abortion.
Alabama’s 35-seat Senate is dominated by men, and none of its four female senators backed the ban which will now go to Governor Kay Ivey.
She has said she will only sign it into law once she has considered