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Adams & Boyle, P.C. et al. v. Slatery, et al.

This lawsuit challenges three unconstitutional Tennessee measures designed to close reproductive health care clinics and make abortion harder to obtain.

State: 
TN
Status: 
Open
Owner: 
The Center

Gainesville Woman Care LLC d/b/a Bread and Roses Women's Health Center, et al. v. State of Florida, et al.

Florida passed a law in 2015 forcing a woman to wait a minimum of 24 hours and make at least one additional trip to her health care provider before she is able to receive safe, legal abortion care.  The law fails to include any exceptions for a woman whose pregnancy threatens

State: 
FL
Status: 
Open
Owner: 
The Center

Planned Parenthood Arizona, Inc. et al. v. Brnovich, Christ, et al.

This lawsuit challenges a recent Arizona state law, SB 1318 (originally scheduled to take effect on July 3, 2015), which forces doctors to lie to patients by telling them that it may be possible to "reverse" a medication abortion.

State: 
AZ
Status: 
Open
Owner: 
The Center

Our Work in Focus

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