Abortion

Other Barriers

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

(REVISED 6.2.2016) 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

State: 
AZ
Status: 
Open
Owner: 
The Center

Planned Parenthood Arizona, Inc. et al. v. Brnovich, Christ, et al.: Motion for Temporary Restraining Order and/or Preliminary Injunction

The Center for Reproductive rights has filed a lawsuit challenging an Arizona state law, SB 1318 (scheduled to take effect on July 3, 2015), which forces doctors to mislead patients by telling them that it may be possible to "reverse" a medication abortion…

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

The Center for Reproductive rights has filed a lawsuit challenging an Arizona state law, SB 1318 (scheduled to take effect on July 3, 2015), which forces doctors to mislead patients by telling them that it may be possible to "reverse" a medication abortion…

Hodes & Nauser MDs, P.A., et al. v. Schmidt & Howe

(REVISED 6.2.2016) This lawsuit, filed on June 1, 2015, challenges a Kansas law (SB95) banning the most commonly used method of ending a pregnancy in the second trimester—a law that could force some

State: 
KS
Status: 
Open
Owner: 
The Center

Shadow Report to the U.N. Human Rights Council on the Second Universal Periodic Review of the U.S.

Center for Reproductive Rights Releases New PSA Featuring Artist and Actress Jemima Kirke

(PRESS RELEASE) Today, the Center for Reproductive Rights released a new PSA featuring British artist and actress Jemima Kirke.

Spring Webinar Series with LSRJ, the Center for Reproductive Rights & Ipas: Register Here!

Join us on Monday, April 20th at 7pm EST for “Human Rights at Home and Abroad.” During this presentation, our speakers will explore the role of human rights law in the U.S. and globally…

Lawmakers Force Doctors to Mislead Patients

Last week, the state of Arizona further invaded the doctor-patient relationship when the governor signed a new law requiring abortion providers to inform their patients about a scientifically unproven intervention that claims to “reverse” medication abortion…

Crisis in the South

Last month, under the cover of night, a hooded intruder took a hatchet-like tool to the last abortion clinic in the state of Mississippi—smashing security cameras, damaging the generator, and attempting to cut the power lines…

Our Work in Focus

In the United States, state legislatures wield enormous power to control women's access to abortion and other reproductive healthcare services…
Human Rights defenders are the activists, including journalists, lawyers, judges, and healthcare providers, whose work allows others to exercise their human rights…