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In Wake of Leaked Draft Opinion in Supreme Court Case, U.S. Senate to Take Second Vote on Bill to Protect Abortion Rights card link

In Wake of Leaked Draft Opinion in Supreme Court Case, U.S. Senate to Take Second Vote on Bill to Protect Abortion Rights

The Women’s Health Protection Act would protect the right to access abortion in every state—even if the Supreme Court weakens or overturns Roe.

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Events

Events, webinars and panels around the world featuring Center professionals and addressing current topics in reproductive rights and health.

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Virtual Event: Global Reproductive Politics, Reproductive Justice, and Limits of Law

Register for this May 11 symposium featuring global experts, academics and activists.

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Video Series: Your Questions, Asked and Answered

Question 1: Why should I care about Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization?

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Oklahoma’s Vigilante Abortion Ban Takes Effect, Further Devastating Access in the Region

Oklahoma Supreme Court refuses to block the Texas-style law.

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Vigilante Abortion Ban Takes Effect in Oklahoma

05.03.2022 – (PRESS RELEASE) Today, the Oklahoma Supreme Court declined to immediately block a citizen-enforced ban on abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy (S.B. 1503). The Oklahoma state legislature passed the ban on April [...]

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Oklahoma Supreme Court: SB 1503 S.C. Denial of TI Request

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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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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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

Reaction to POLITICO Reporting on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

Statement from Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights: “We don't know if the document as reported by Politico is legitimate, and we don't know if it represents the views of [...]

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Statement: Reaction to Politico Reporting on the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Case

Statement from Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights: “We don't know if the document as reported by Politico is legitimate, and we don't know if it represents the views of [...]

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National Infertility Awareness Week, April 24-30, Addresses Barriers to Accessing Infertility Care

The week, April 24 - 30, aims to destigmatize infertilty and draw attention to barriers to accessing care.

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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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Center and Partners Sue Oklahoma Over Abortion Bans That Would Further Devastate Access in the Region

Since Texas’s abortion ban and vigilante scheme banned most abortions in the state, people have rushed to neighboring states—including Oklahoma—to seek abortion care. Now Oklahoma has passed its own extreme abortion bans, which would further [...]

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Reproductive rights are human rights.

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