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A Human Rights Crisis

Ida was getting “desperate.” The mother of two had received a year’s supply of contraception from a family planning clinic in Texas’s Lower Rio Grande Valley before it was shuttered by reckless state budget cuts. She had only about a week’s worth left…

Fox Latino: The Choice Between Birth Control or Food on the Table: Could You Decide?

The rural community in the Texas Rio Grande Valley where Daniela lives has few options for health care. So when the mobile clinic that once visited her community stopped coming, services stopped with it…

Jansing & Co.: Albuquerque votes on late-term abortion ban

The Center For Reproductive Rights’ Nancy Northup discusses the implications of Albuquerque’s vote on late-term abortions…

New Investigation Details Devastating Impact of Texas Family Planning Cuts on Latinas in the Rio Grande Valley

(PRESS RELEASE) **Ver abajo para versión en español** Even before laws aimed at closing many Texas reproductive health care practices went into effect, deep budget cuts to family planning programs were already devastating women’s health care…

Nuestra Voz, Nuestra Salud, Nuestro Texas: The Fight for Women's Reproductive Health in the Rio Grande Valley

In late 2012 and early 2013, the Center for Reproductive Rights and the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health documented the impact of state funding cuts to family planning services on women in the Rio Grande Valley…

Veto Letter to Missouri Governor Jay Nixon: Senate Bill 749

Read the Center for Reproductive Rights' letter to Missouri Governor Jay Nixon urging him to veto Senate Bill 749 which would prevent women from accessing insurance coverage for contraception and conflict with federal law…

New Beginning in Nepal

As the only global legal advocacy group dedicated to the advancement of reproductive rights worldwide, the Center set a goal several years ago to establish a strong presence in the places where we battle for women's health, equality, and dignity. …

Not Easy Being a Woman in Texas

Anti-choice legislators in Texas have long been in the business of violating reproductive rights, demonstrated ever so bluntly last year when they pushed one of the most demeaning, invasive ultrasound laws ever enacted…

Progress on Accountability for Maternal Health Care and Mortality in Bihar, India

In India last month, the Division Bench of Patna with the State High Court of Bihar (High Court) handed down an order holding the state responsible for failing to protect, respect, and fulfill the rights of pregnant women…

Fighting to Ensure the Right to Food for Pregnant Women in India

In India, 63,000 women die from pregnancy-related causes every year-more than anywhere else in the world. The causes of maternal mortality are well-known and largely preventable, with malnutrition being a main contributing factor. …