Note that my state of residence, Indiana, tops the list.
As I have mentioned previously in comments, I feel decidedly less safe because of the anti-abortion legislation in Indiana, particularly the legislation dealing with "late term" abortions.
I am not desirous of getting pregnant, which makes me concerned about abortion restrictions since I am a sexually active fertile cis woman of childbearing age—but, if I were keen to have a child, I would be even more concerned about carrying a pregnancy to term in a state that values a fetus' life more than mine.
Which underlines one of many inherent flaws in "pro-life" rhetoric and policy: It actively discourages from becoming pregnant any woman who is not willing to potentially risk her life to have a baby.
That is, beyond the usual risks that advanced medicine is now mostly able to contend, in those places where it's allowed.
When I see that colorful display of anti-choice legislation across my state, all I see are barriers to informed, enthusiastic, safe, uncoerced reproduction. I'm certainly not the only one.