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New Polling Shows Most Americans Don’t Want Roe Overturned

New polling shows the impact of the leaked draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization on public opinion and trust in the Court.

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Video Series: Your Questions, Asked and Answered

In this video series, Center attorneys answer your questions about our U.S. Supreme Court case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The case, which challenges a Mississippi abortion ban, is the most consequential U.S. abortion [...]

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Leak of Draft Opinion Shows Supreme Court Overturning Roe

Several media sources reported on the  leak of a draft opinion written by Justice Alito in the Center’s Supreme Court case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The draft reveals the Court’s intention to overturn [...]

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Abortion Providers Sue Oklahoma Over Abortion Bans

Multiple sources reported on the Center’s challenge to Oklahoma’s recently passed abortion bans. One measure would make abortion a felony, punishable by up to 10 years in prison and/or an extreme fine, and the other [...]

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Oklahoma Call for Reproductive Justice et al v. State of Oklahoma

Read about the Center's 2022 case, which aimed to block Oklahoma's vigilante-style abortion ban.

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Taking Action on Black Maternal Health

Breana Lipscomb, the Center’s Senior Advisor of Maternal Health and Rights, was interviewed by Keisha Lancelin, the host of Focus Atlanta,on Black maternal health in Georgia. Lipscomb said, “Georgia consistently ranks near the bottom in [...]

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How Restricted Reproductive Care Impacts All Of The Black Community

The Center’s Senior Adviser for Maternal Health and Rights, Breana Lipscomb, was interviewed by Essence Magazine for its piece, "How Restricted Reproductive Care Impacts All Of The Black Community." Lipscomb discusses the importance of Black [...]

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Oklahoma Governor Signs Bill Making Nearly All Abortions Illegal

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed a bill that makes providing abortion care a felony. Medical providers that perform abortions could face up to 10 years in prison and fines up to $100,000. The bill is [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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Oklahoma Bans Nearly All Abortions in “Unconstitutional” Move

Vox and The Black Wall Street Times reported on the Oklahoma state legislature’s passage of a near-total ban on abortion. Anyone who performs an abortion would receive 10 years in prison and fines up to [...]

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Op-ed: Let’s pass the Reproductive Health Equity Act

Op-ed by a Center attorney in support of Colorado's act to protect abortio rights.

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Women and girls escaping Ukraine and trapped there ‘must be provided’ with abortions and contraception

This piece in the Independent reported on the call to action by the Center and other organizations for the international community to protect the SRHR of people fleeing the war in Ukraine. The Center's Leah [...]

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Op-ed: The Key Argument on Abortion That Changed Everything in Colombia

In this New York Times op-ed, Catalina Martínez Coral, senior regional director of the Center for Reproductive Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean, discusses her experiences fighting for the decriminalization of abortion in Colombia [...]

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Texas Supreme Court Shuts Down Final Challenge to Abortion Law

Multiple sources reported on the Texas Supreme Court’s ruling against the Center’s challenge to S.B. 8, the draconian Texas law that bans abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy and incentivizes individuals to enforce it. [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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