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Montana Republicans want to limit abortion access. It won’t be easy.

An article in the Montana Free Press discusses the state of abortion rights and access in Montana, including a 1999 state Supreme Court decision in Armstrong v. State, a case brought by the Center for [...]

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Oklahoma governor signs 3 anti-abortion bills into law

This AP News article discusses three extreme anti-abortion laws recently signed by Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt, including ones to criminalize the procedure in certain cases and cost providers their medical licenses for performing them. “These [...]

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Some GOP-led states target abortions done through medication

The Center’s Elisabeth Smith, chief counsel for state policy and advocacy, is quoted in this AP article about states’ attempts to restrict medication abortion: “When we look at what state legislatures are doing, it becomes [...]

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Kansas judge overturns ban on some abortions, citing state Supreme Court ruling

This Kansas City Star article quotes the Center’s Nancy Northup, president and CEO, about a recent Court victory that threw out a law banning a standard abortion method: “Today’s decision reaffirms that ruling and ensures [...]

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Religious Liberties and the New Supreme Court: What’s at Stake for Women and the LGBTQ+ Community

In an American Bar Association article discussing the U.S. Supreme Court's potential impact on the rights of women and members of the LGBTQ+ community, Scott Ruskay-Kidd, Senior Staff Attorney for Judicial Strategy at the Center [...]

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The Authoritarian Plan for a National Abortion Ban

This New York Times opinion piece discusses how, with the possible end of Roe v. Wade in sight with a conservative Supreme Court, some opponents of abortion are thinking about how to ban it nationally. The [...]

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How much could the anti-abortion law cost Louisiana taxpayers now?

In this article from The Advocate, Julie Rikelman, senior litigation director at the Center for Reproductive Rights, comments, “Louisiana has spent immense resources and taxpayer money on this six-year Court battle. Despite losing this case [...]

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Texas lawmakers push bill to make it easier to sue abortion providers and harder for new anti-abortion laws to be blocked by courts

A March 18 article in the Texas Tribune discusses Texas Senate Bill 8, which would ban abortions as early as six weeks, before many women know they are pregnant. Texas lawmakers push bill to make [...]

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Federal judge extends block of abortion reversal law, says it could ‘mislead’ patients

An article in the Tennesseean on the decision by a federal judge in one of the Center's cases to strengthen the block against a restrictive Tennessee law guiding abortion providers to share medically unproven information about [...]

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‘Momnibus’ Bill Gaining Ground in House

Jennie Jacoby, Senior Federal Policy Counsel at the Center for Reproductive Rights, spoke to Medpage Today about the Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act of 2021—a package of 12 bills to advance inclusive and accessible maternal [...]

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Reproductive Rights in the Time of COVID-19

American Bar Association publishes an article by the Center's Autumn Katz, Managing Senior Counsel for U.S. Litigation and Nimra Chowdhry, Senior Legislative Counsel for U.S. Policy and Advocacy.

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A crisis moment’: States, advocates brace for new fight over abortion rights

NBC News quotes the Center's Elisabeth Smith on the state of abortion rights with a 6-3 conservative majority on the Supreme Court.

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Abortion rights advocates throughout Latin America draw inspiration from Argentina vote

The Washington Post quotes the Center's Catalina Martínez Coral in a story about Argentina's historic Senate vote legalizing abortion.

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