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What would happen in your state if Roe fell?

“What if Roe Fell” Map Shows Abortion Rights at Risk The new Center for Reproductive Rights “What if Roe Fell” digital map shows that if the Supreme Court were to limit or overturn Roe v. [...]

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Amicus Briefs Filed in Abortion Case Before the Supreme Court

Hundreds of organizations and individuals urge Supreme Court to strike down Louisiana abortion restriction A collection of nearly 200 organizations and more than 700 individuals representing leading voices in medicine, law, and public policy, along [...]

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South Wind Women’s Center LLC, et al v. Hunter, et al

(REVISED 4.23.2020) This lawsuit challenged two medically unnecessary anti-abortion laws in Oklahoma, both of which have been limiting access to abortion care in the state: Telemedicine Ban: This Oklahoma law bans abortion providers from using telemedicine to provide medication abortion [...]

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The Center for Reproductive Rights v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

(REVISED 4.24.2020) This lawsuit was filed against the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for failing to produce records related to the Office for Civil Rights’ (OCR) operations and enforcement of civil rights laws. [...]

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Fight for Abortion Rights Returns to Supreme Court

Justices have agreed to hear a Center case out of Louisiana that could determine the future of abortion rights. Today the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear June Medical v. Gee, a case brought by [...]

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State Leadership Summit 2019

The Summit convened state advocates, state legislators, and national partners across 16 states, as well as activists and leaders from Ireland and Argentina, for a day of strategizing, information sharing, and skill building. This powerful [...]

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Tulsa Women’s Reproductive Clinc, LLC, et al v. O’Connor, et al

(REVISED 1.07.2021) This lawsuit challenges an Oklahoma law forcing doctors to tell patients that medication abortion (abortion by pills) can be "reversed"—a false claim unsupported by scientific evidence. This false information must be relayed to the [...]

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American Medical Association v. Stenehjem

This federal lawsuit challenges the constitutionality of two North Dakota laws that compel physicians and other members of the care team to provide patients with false, misleading, non-medical information about reproductive health.The suit was filed [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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

Planned Parenthood Arizona, et al. v. Brnovich, et al.

This federal lawsuit challenged three Arizona TRAP (Targeted Regulation of Abortion Provider) laws that prevent and delay many women from accessing abortion. The lawsuit was filed on April 11, 2019 and jointly voluntarily dismissed without [...]

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County of Santa Clara v. HHS

(Revised 9.21.21) This lawsuit challenges the "Denial of Care" rule first issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in 2019, which changed a component of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act [...]

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Rogue Oklahoma Court Upholds Ban on Standard Abortion Method

Oklahoma facing abortion access crisis as it becomes first state to uphold law that would ban standard abortion method Today, an Oklahoma state court became the first in the nation to uphold a law making [...]

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SisterSong v. Kemp

(Revised 9.28.21) This lawsuit challenges Georgia’s 2019 effort to ban abortion, which was set to take effect on January 1, 2020. House Bill 481 would ban abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy, before many people [...]

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Expulsion of Pregnant and Married Girls from School Must Stop

The Center has filed a complaint to bring this discriminatory and reprehensible practice to a halt On June 17, with our Tanzanian partner the Legal and Human Rights Centre, the Center for Reproductive Rights filed [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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