Georgia

In 2012, Georgia passed an unconstitutional 20-week ban on abortion. The law would have banned all abortions at 20 weeks post-fertilization with narrow exceptions for situations in which an abortion is necessary to save a woman’s life, to prevent the risk of substantial and irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function, or in cases of medically futile pregnancies in which the fetus has “a profound and irremediable congenital or chromosomal anomaly that is incompatible with sustaining life after birth.” In November 2012, the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit challenging the law as unconstitutional under the Georgia constitution.

Restrictions: 
Constitutionally limits abortion by gestational age after viability
Unconstitutionally limits abortion by gestational age after viability
Prohibits later abortion except to preserve a woman's life or physical (but not mental) health

Georgia

Enacted legislation:

In 2012, Georgia passed an unconstitutional 20-week ban on abortion. The law would have banned all abortions at 20 weeks post-fertilization with narrow exceptions for situations in which an abortion is necessary to save a woman’s life, to prevent the risk of substantial and irreversible physical impairment of a major bodily function, or in cases of medically futile pregnancies in which the fetus has “a profound and irremediable congenital or chromosomal anomaly that is incompatible with sustaining life after birth.” In November 2012, the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit challenging the law as unconstitutional under the Georgia constitution.

Pending legislation: N/A
Special notes:

Legislative ban enacted in 2013 on abortions 20 weeks after fertilization/22 weeks LMP

Restrictions: Constitutionally limits abortion by gestational age after viability | Unconstitutionally limits abortion by gestational age after viability | Prohibits later abortion except to preserve a woman's life or physical (but not mental) health