Tag: supreme court

U.S. Supreme Court Abortion Cases: A Brief Primer

The Court will soon rule on two cases that could limit access to an abortion medication and deny pregnant patients access to emergency care.

U.S. Supreme Court Hears Its Second Major Abortion Case of the Term on April 24

Case will determine if states banning abortion can override federal law and deny pregnant patients emergency abortion care.

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Case That Threatens Access to Abortion Medication

Court agrees to review lower court ruling that attempted to reinstate burdensome restrictions on mifepristone.

Video Replay: Abortion Law in the U.S. and Abroad After Roe

A National Constitution Center event featuring legal historian Mary Ziegler and the Center's Katherine Mayall.

Virtual Event: Abortion Law in the U.S. and Abroad After Roe

July 14 event is part of the National Constitution Center’s “America’s Town Hall” series.

Which U.S. states are poised to ban abortion?

If the U.S. Supreme Court takes away the constitutional right to abortion, here are the states poised to ban it.

Bans Off Our Bodies: Rally for Abortion Rights on May 14

Join rallies across the country this Saturday to protect abortion rights and access!

The Historic Nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court

What you need to know and why it matters to abortion rights.

Justice Breyer to Retire this Term

PRESS STATEMENT1/26/22 Statement from Nancy Northup, President and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights: Today, it was reported that Justice Stephen Breyer, the author of some of the most important abortion cases in recent history, will retire at the end of this term. During his nearly twenty-eight years on the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice […]

Supreme Court Decision: Whole Woman’s Health v. Jackson

On December 10, the Supreme Court issued its ruling in the case Whole Woman’s Health v. Jackson. In a 5-4 decision, the Court refused to block Texas’s unconstitutional abortion ban and vigilante scheme.The law, S.B. 8, bans abortion care after approximately six weeks of pregnancy, and was designed by lawmakers to evade judicial review. Read […]