From Wikipedia's Dobbs article:
In March 2018, the Mississippi Legislature passed the Gestational Age Act, which banned any abortion operation after the first 15 weeks of pregnancy, with exceptions for a medical emergency or severe fetal abnormality but none for cases of rape or incest.
On the other hand, the BBC says that Mississippi had a seemingly broader ban on the books, contingent on Roe being overturned:
The Mississippi "trigger law" was passed in 2007 and was contingent on the Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade. Some 13 states had laws of this kind in place and have already severely curtailed or blocked abortion access in the weeks since.
According to the BBC, the last abortion clinic in Mississippi is closing today because of the latter (2007) law coming into effect.
How much more restrictive is this 2007 law compared to the 2018 one, in terms of what it outlaws?