According to LifeNews:
The members of the legislative assembly of the federal district of Mexico City voted to legalize abortions in 2007. Since then, abortion business have done approximately 34,000 abortions and those numbers are likely set to increase — though they have prompted a backlash in other Mexican states.
The legislative assembly, in April 2007, approved a bill that legalized abortion within the first 14 weeks of pregnancy.
The Archdiocese of Mexico City’s weekly newspaper, Desde la Fe, cited more than 23,000 abortions as of April 2009 and that number how now reached 34,000 according to a new Los Angeles Times report.
The site reports that a backlash against the Mexico City law has been felt throughout the country, but much will hinge on the state laws passed during this sexenio (the six year presidential term) and the next occupant of Los Pinos (the Mexican equivalent of the White House).