Advanced Search
Workshop Discusses the Fight for Abortion Access After Texas’s Abortion Ban card link

Workshop Discusses the Fight for Abortion Access After Texas’s Abortion Ban

“After Texas: The Fight for Abortion Access,” a virtual workshop organized by The Meteor Fund and the Center for Reproductive Rights, was recently held to discuss Texas’s extreme abortion ban that took effect September 1 and its ramifications for abortion rights in other states. 

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,News

Texas Abortion Ban Blocked

Federal district court temporarily blocks ban in DOJ lawsuit, accusing Texas of pursuing "an unprecedented and aggressive scheme to deprive its citizens of a significant and well-established constitutional right."

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,Story

Center Files Lawsuit Defending Doctor Who Violated Texas Abortion Ban

The lawsuit defending the physician also asks the district court to declare the Texas law, known as S.B. 8, unconstitutional. The ban has ended almost all abortion access in Texas since it took effect on September 1.

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,Story

Braid v. Stilley: Complaint for Interpleader and Declaratory Judgment

Braid v. Stilley: Complaint for Interpleader and Declaratory Judgment, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, 10.05.21

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,Case Document

Request for Immediate Dismissal of Complaint Against Dr. Alan Braid Regarding Texas S.B. 8

The Center submitted a demand letter to the Texas Medical Board for an immediate dismissal of Operation Rescue’s complaint against its client, Dr. Alan Braid, related to Texas Senate Bill 8 of 2021 (“S.B. 8”). [...]

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,Documents
Abortion in India: Report Reveals Widespread Legal Barriers and Recommends Ways to Improve Access card link

Abortion in India: Report Reveals Widespread Legal Barriers and Recommends Ways to Improve Access

Report by the Center and partners launched at a virtual event for advocates and stakeholders in India.

Abortion, Legal Restrictions, Other Barriers,Asia, India,Engaging Policymakers, Around the World,Events

Center Again Appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court to Stop Texas Abortion Ban That Has Ended Most Access in the State

For the second time in weeks, the Center for Reproductive Rights is appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene in a case challenging Texas’s extreme abortion ban that has ended almost all abortion access [...]

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,Story

Thousands of Voices Urge U.S. Supreme Court to Strike Down Mississippi Abortion Ban and Protect the Right to Abortion

Citing decades of precedent and the harm of abortion bans, people impacted by bans and experts in law, reproductive justice, medicine, and human rights submit “friend-of-the court” briefs supporting the Center’s case.

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,News

Reproductive rights are human rights.

Help us ensure that every government around the world guarantees them.

Amicus Briefs: Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization card link

Amicus Briefs: Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

A broad range of experts and those most impacted by abortion restrictions have filed amicus briefs (“friend of the court” briefs) urging the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban in Dobbs [...]

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,Case

U.S. Solicitor General Amicus Brief in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health

Amicus is the United States Solicitor General. The brief explains that Casey reaffirmed Roe’s central holding that a State may not prohibit abortion before viability. Roe and Casey were and remain correct and the Court [...]

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,Case Document

State Legislators Amicus Brief in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health

Amici are 896 state legislators throughout the United States. The brief argues that the Mississippi ban is impermissible under the Court’s established jurisprudence. This ban would upend the already-precarious patchwork of abortion care nationwide and [...]

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,Case Document

State Attorneys General Amicus Brief in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health

Amici are 22 states, the District of Columbia, and the Attorney General of North Carolina. The brief argues that Mississippi’s ban on pre-viability abortions is unconstitutional and that there is no basis for the Court [...]

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,Case Document

Former Judges, Department of Justice Officials, and Current and Former Law Enforcement Amicus Brief in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health

Amici are current and former prosecutors and law enforcement officials, and former state attorneys general, federal judges, U.S. Attorneys, and U.S. Department of Justice officials. Amici argue that upholding Mississippi’s ban would eviscerate the constitutional [...]

Abortion, Legal Restrictions,United States,In the Courts,Case Document

Reproductive rights are human rights.

Help us ensure that every government around the world guarantees them.