In a story June 7 showing state-by-state abortion trends, The Associated Press, relying on incorrect information from the Illinois Department of Public Health, reported erroneously that the Illinois numbers were for surgical abortions only. The Illinois numbers include both surgical and medical abortions.

A corrected version of the story is below.

State-by-state trends in annual number of abortions

State-by-state trends in annual number of abortions

By The Associated Press

The Associated Press has collected the latest annual numbers of abortions from health departments in all 45 states that compile such data on a comprehensive basis.

This table shows the results, comparing the most recent numbers — mostly from 2013 or 2014 — to 2010, the year before legislative efforts intensified of efforts in many states to enact new restrictions affecting access to abortion. For Arizona, the base year is 2011, when it began a new abortion-reporting system.

Five states — California, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey and Wyoming — do not compile comprehensive abortion data. The table omits the District of Columbia, which did not have data more recent than 2012.

For the states that do compile abortion data, their laws generally require all providers — including hospitals, clinics and individual physicians — to report how many abortions they performed, the age of the woman receiving the procedure and the method used. That includes surgery and medication, generally using abortion pills containing the drug mifepristone (also known as RU-486). According to a recent Guttmacher Institute survey, such abortions accounted for 23 percent of all abortions in the U.S.

A few states either did not tally medical abortions or did not provide a breakdown of methods used. In some cases, the overall state numbers may not account for all abortions in the state.

In aggregate, however, the figures below represent an update over the latest authoritative nationwide figures compiled by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and by the Guttmacher Institute. Their latest nationwide reports have figures from 2011.

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Alabama

2010: 9,029

2013: 7,423

Change: Down 17.8 percent

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Alaska:

2010: 1,715

2014: 1,361

Change: Down 20.6 percent

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Arizona

2011: 13,606

2014: 12,900

Change: Down 5.2 percent

(Arizona changed its abortion-reporting system in 2011)

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Arkansas:

2010: 4,532

2014: 4,273

Change: Down 5.7 percent

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California:

No data available. State does not mandate reporting by abortion providers.

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Colorado:

2010: 11,210

2013: 10,199

Change: Down 9 percent

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Connecticut:

2010: 13,438

2014: 10,629

Change: Down 20.9 percent.

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Delaware:

2010: 4,666

2012: 3,823

Change: Down 18.1 percent

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Florida:

2010: 79,908

2014: 72,107

Change: Down 9.8 percent

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Georgia:

2010: 31,315

2013: 30,378

Change: Down 3 percent

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Hawaii:

2010: 3,064

2014: 2,147

Change: Down 29.9 percent

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Idaho:

2010: 1,510

2013: 1,375

Change: Down 8.9 percent

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Illinois:

2010: 41,859

2013: 40,750

Change: Down 2.6 percent

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Indiana:

2010: 10,031

2013: 8,027

Change: Down 20 percent

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Iowa:

2010: 5,399

2013: 4,423

Change: Down 18.1 percent

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Kansas:

2010: 8,373

2014: 7,263

Change: Down 13.3 percent

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Kentucky:

2010: 3,929

2014: 3,442

Change: Down 12.4 percent

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Louisiana:

2010: 8,872

2014: 9,932

Change: Up 11.9 percent

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Maine:

2010: 2,311

2014: 2,020

Change: Down 12.6 percent

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Maryland:

No data available. State does not mandate reporting by abortion providers.

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Massachusetts:

2010: 20,802

2013: 19,448

Change: Down 6.5 percent

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Michigan:

2010: 23,307

2014: 27,629

Change: Up 18.5 percent

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Minnesota:

2010: 11,505

2013: 9,903

Change: Down 13.9 percent

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Mississippi

2010: 2,297

2013: 2,170

Change: Down 5.5 percent

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Missouri:

2010 - 6,163

2014: 5,060

Change: Down 17.9 percent

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Montana:

2010: 2,160

2013: 1,842

Change: Down 14.7 percent

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Nebraska:

2010: 2,464

2014: 2,270

Change: Down 7.9 percent

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Nevada:

2010: 7,787

2013: 6,056

Change: Down 22.1 percent

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New Hampshire:

No data available. State does not mandate reporting by abortion providers.

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New Jersey:

No comprehensive data available. Health Department does not track number of abortions.

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New Mexico:

2010:4,478

2013: 3,408

Change: Down 23.9 percent

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New York:

2010: 111,212

2013: 94,326

Change: Down 15.2 percent

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North Carolina:

2010: 30,952

2013: 22,820

Change: Down 26.3 percent

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North Dakota:

2010: 1,291

2013: 1,182

Change: Down 8.4 percent

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Ohio:

2010: 28,123

2013: 23,216

Change: Down 17.4 percent

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Oklahoma:

2010: 5,641

2013: 4,587

Change: Down 18.7 percent

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Oregon:

2010: 9,990

2014: 8,198

Change: Down 17.9 percent

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Pennsylvania:

2010: 36,788

2013: 32,108

Change: Down 12.7 percent

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Rhode Island:

2010: 4,181

2013: 3,251

Change: Down 22.2 percent

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South Carolina:

2010: 6,464

2014: 5,708

Change: Down 11.7 percent

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South Dakota:

2010: 737

2013: 601

Change: Down 18.5 percent

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Tennessee:

2010: 16,373

2013: 14,216

Change: Down 13.3 percent

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Texas:

2010: 72,592

2013: 63,849

Change: Down 12 percent

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Utah:

2010: 3,446

2013: 2,893

Change: Down 16 percent

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Vermont:

2010: 1,333

2013: 1,217

Change: Down 8.7 percent

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Virginia:

2010: 25,940

2013: 20,852

Change: Down 19.6 percent

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Washington:

2010: 21,124

2013: 17,592

Change: Down 16.7 percent

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West Virginia:

2010: 1,999

2013: 1,876

Change: Down 6.2 percent

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Wisconsin:

2010: 7,825

2013: 6,462

Change: Down 17.4 percent

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Wyoming:

No comprehensive data available. Health department says number of abortions too low to meet threshold for vital statistics reporting.