The Guttmacher Institute documented 334 new state-level restrictions to abortion from 2010 to July 2016, accounting for 30% of all restrictions enacted since Roe v Wade in 1973.
Under Obama, fewer counties than ever have abortion clinics (fewer than 13% in 2012).
He tried, against the findings of the FDA, to block teens from access to the morning-after pill.
He issued such a perfunctory statement after the murder of George Tiller, one of the only physicians in the country who performed 2nd-trimester abortions, that, along with his continued inaction, it could only be interpreted as another kiss-off.
He appears to have issued a statement after three people were killed and several injured at a Planned Parenthood clinic only because a police officer was among those killed.
Although he rescinded application of the Helms Amendment (which prevents "promotion" of abortion by US-funded family planning programs around the world) to USAID funds, he was pressed to clarify the Helms Amendment (which still applied to all other funds) as allowing an exception for rape, and he refused.