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U.S. Repro Watch: 5 Items You Won’t Want to Miss card link

U.S. Repro Watch: 5 Items You Won’t Want to Miss

Recent news of interest on reproductive rights in the United States.

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Webinar: A Roe Day Conversation

Register today for this January 23 event with the American Constitution Society featuring Center attorneys Jenny Ma and Hillary Schneller.

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U.S. House Holds Vote to Protect Abortion Nationwide 

01.09.2023 – (PRESS STATEMENT) Tonight, House Democrats attempted to bring the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA) for a vote as their first official action of the 118th Congress. However, they did not receive enough votes [...]

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Women’s rights and writing: Lawyer Enid Muthoni’s rise to global stage

Chief Program Officer Enid Muthoni was interviewed for this profile in Nation.

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South Carolina Constitution Includes Abortion Right, State Supreme Court Rules

The New York Times and other outlets covered the ruling by the South Carolina Supreme Court throwing out the state's six-week abortion ban as a violation of the state constitution's right to privacy. The ruling, [...]

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South Carolina Supreme Court Affirms Abortion as a Protected Privacy Right Under the State’s Constitution

Court permanently blocks six-week abortion ban, calling it an “unreasonable restriction upon a woman's right to privacy.”

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South Carolina Supreme Court Permanently Blocks Six-Week Abortion Ban

01.05.2023 (PRESS RELEASE) – Today, the South Carolina Supreme Court permanently struck down Senate Bill 1 (S.B. 1), a law banning abortion after approximately six weeks of pregnancy. In a 3-2 decision, the high court [...]

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FDA Action Will Expand Access to Medication Abortion

FDA permanently removes in-person dispensing requirement for mifepristone and allows retail and online pharmacies to directly provide medication to patients.

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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

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Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA)

WHPA is U.S. federal legislation to protect the right to access abortion care nationwide.

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FDA Takes Steps to Expand Access to Medication Abortion

01.03.2023 (PRESS RELEASE) – Today, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that mifepristone—one of two medications used in medication abortion—may now be dispensed directly to patients at pharmacies and through mail order pharmacies with [...]

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Discussing the Fight for Reproductive Rights in 2023

In an interview with MSNBC, President and CEO Nancy Northup discusses the state of U.S. abortion rights in 2023.

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La FDA toma medidas para ampliar el acceso al aborto con medicamentos

La autoridad de regulación de medicamentos en Estados Unidos permitirá de forma permanente el acceso al aborto con píldoras en farmacias y por correo

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Looking Forward: Stronger Reproductive Rights Protections for 4.3 Billion People

The Center sets a high mark for impact: By 2030, half of the world’s population will be living under stronger protections for reproductive rights than they are today.

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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