Just last week, the Georgia's Republican Governer Brian Kemp signed the controversial "heartbeat bill" into law. If this legislation goes into effect, women will be banned from getting abortions as a heartbeat is detected, often as early as six weeks. In shorthand, this bill criminalizes abortion since most women aren't able to detect an abortion until at least four weeks, and many providers don't offer the service until 5 or 6 weeks in.
While the legislation technically includes exceptions of rape and incest, those are only accepted if a woman has filed a police report, which most recently traumatized people wouldn't have time or energy for within five weeks of assault. At the end of the day, the law is fully about stripping women of their bodily rights.