Tag: Women's Health Protection Act
Reproductive health, rights, and justice experts and advocates will be testifying before the U.S. Senate tomorrow in support of the Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021 (S.1975), federal legislation that protects the right to access abortion free from medically unnecessary restrictions and bans that impede access in states across the country.
Members of the Center for Reproductive Rights Creative Council–comprised of individuals from the arts, entertainment, fashion, media and other industries who raise awareness of the Center’s work–created this video to mark the reintroduction of the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA) in Congress. The Women’s Health Protection Act, also known as WHPA, was introduced on June […]
Equal access to abortion care is essential for social and economic equality, reproductive autonomy, and the right to determine our own lives. But, in many places, accessing abortion care is extremely difficult, and for many people nearly impossible, because of state-level laws that restrict and ban access to abortion. The Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA) is federal […]
As members of the U.S. Congress introduce the Women’s Health Protection Act, the Center for Reproductive Rights is announcing new research showing that a solid majority of U.S. voters support passage of federal legislation that would protect the right to access abortion care throughout the United States.
New polling, conducted by Hart Research Associates, shows that a solid majority of U.S. voters support the Women’s Health Protection Act—a bill to protect abortion rights and access in every state. The nationally representative polling, conducted by Hart Research, finds that 61% of voters nationally support passage of a national law that would protect the constitutional right to access abortion by […]