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Bush Administration Pushes Through Last-Minute HHS Rule

Center for Reproductive Rights Calls on Obama to Rescind Policy NEW YORK - Just over a month before President George W. Bush's departure from office, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) today issued [...]

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Women’s Health Organizations Urge Oversight Agency to Hold Bush Administration Accountable

HHS Poised to Issue Midnight Regulation Jeopardizing Women's Health Washington, D.C. - Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), the Center for Reproductive Rights, and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) today sent a letter to [...]

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South Dakotans Reject Abortion Ban: Center for Reproductive Rights Celebrates Major Victory for Women’s Health and Human Rights

Voters in Colorado Overwhelmingly Reject Another Abortion Ballot Measure NEW YORK -Today the Center for Reproductive Rights celebrated the failure of the South Dakota abortion ban ballot initiative, which would have forced women in that [...]

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Center for Reproductive Rights Calls on President-Elect Obama to Restore U.S. as World Leader in Reproductive Rights

Center Sends Letter Outlining Three Key Steps toward Responsible Reproductive Health Policy Today the Center for Reproductive Rights called on President-Elect Barack Obama to champion women's reproductive freedom and equality and restore America's leadership on [...]

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Lawsuit Filed against Most Extreme Ultrasound Law in Country

Oklahoma Law is Among First Signs of Effects of 2007 Supreme Court Abortion Ruling WHAT HAPPENED: Late yesterday, the Center for Reproductive Rights filed a challenge against Oklahoma legislation which prohibits a woman from getting [...]

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Proposed HHS Regulations Create Confusion Around Women’s Access to Reproductive Healthcare Information

NEW YORK - Today, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) proposed new regulations which would limit women's ability to get complete reproductive healthcare services. While the rules are not identical to the draft [...]

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Center for Reproductive Rights Opposes Proposed HHS Regulations That Would Launch a Dangerous Assault on Women’s Health

Applauds Senator Clinton for Taking a Stand Against Proposal to Limit Access to Reproductive Healthcare NEW YORK - Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) will hold a press conference today at New York's Bellevue Hospital, speaking out [...]

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Center for Reproductive Rights Statement on Conclusion of Grand Jury Investigation of Dr. George Tiller

On Thursday, July 3, a citizen-convened grand jury refused to indict Kansas abortion provider Dr. George Tiller. In a written statement, the jurors said they had not found sufficient evidence to accuse Dr. Tiller of [...]

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Center for Reproductive Rights Launches U.S. Law School Initiative and Selects First Fellow

NEW YORK -- The Center for Reproductive Rights today announced a joint fellowship program with Columbia Law School for outstanding law school graduates pursuing legal academic careers in reproductive health and human rights. This program [...]

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Center for Reproductive Rights Declares Victory Against Virginia Abortion Ban

Court Recognizes that Law Would Force Physicians to Stop Providing Services NEW YORK -- Today, the Center for Reproductive Rights hailed a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit striking down [...]

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Kansas Supreme Court Limits Grand Jury’s Power in Abortion Patients’ Medical Records Case

NEW YORK -- Today, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that the grand jury investigating abortion provider Dr. George Tiller cannot embark on a fishing expedition into his patients' medical records. The court ordered the lower [...]

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Center for Reproductive Rights Argues Before Kansas Supreme Court to Stop Grand Jury from Obtaining Patient Medical Records in Abortion Case

NEW YORK- Today, the Center for Reproductive Rights argued before the Kansas Supreme Court to stop a citizen-petitioned grand jury from obtaining the medical records of approximately 2,000 women who sought services from Kansas abortion [...]

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Center for Reproductive Rights Announces New Fellowship With Columbia Law School For Reproductive Rights Scholars

NEW YORK-The Center for Reproductive Rights today announces a new fellowship with Columbia Law School for graduates pursuing legal academic careers in reproductive health and human rights.The Center-Columbia Fellow will be affiliated with both Columbia [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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

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