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U.S. Women Face Unprecedented Assault on Reproductive Rights, Center for Reproductive Rights Testifies Before Human Rights Committee

New York, NY—Today, the Center for Reproductive Rights testified before the United Nations Human Rights Committee (UNHRC), informing the panel of the U.S…

Title X Family Planning

America Must Continue Its Commitment to Reproductive Health

Forced Parental Involvement Defeats the Goals of the Title X Program

Adolescents in America must continue to have access to affordable and confidential family planning services.

Sex Discrimination Continues in Florida After Court Refuses to Overturn Ban on Medicaid Funded Abortions

Continuing to put women's health at risk, Florida's Third District Court of Appeals issued an opinion today refusing to overturn Florida's ban on Medicaid funded abortions

Hearing Set for Court Challenge to Florida's Ban on Medicaid Funded Abortions

Charging that Florida's ban on Medicaid funded abortions discriminates based on sex, the Center for Reproductive Rights will argue before a Florida court that it is unconstitutional to deny low-…

ACLU and Center for Reproductive Rights Admonish State of Florida for Failing to Protect the Health and Rights of a Rape Victim

By failing to ask the court to appoint a guardian for a severely disabled woman who is pregnant as a result of rape, the state of Florida once again abdicated its responsibilities today, placing politics over women's health and well-being, said the American Civil Liberties Union and the…

ACLU and Center for Reproductive Rights Ask Court to Protect the Health and Rights of a Florida Rape Victim

The American Civil Liberties Union and the Center for Reproductive Rights asked a state trial court today to block the state from appointing a guardian for the fetus of a severely disabled woman who is pregnant as a result of rape…

Abortion Providers Challenge Michigan Law that Impairs Women’s Access to Reproductive Health Care and Threatens Providers’ Financial Stability

Today, the Center for Reproductive Rights asked a district court judge to block a Michigan law that could limit women's access to reproductive health care and put abortion

Removing Barriers, Improving Choices

The result of a year-long research project, this report identifies common problems that prevent low-income women from obtaining quality health services in managed care settings. The authors make recommendations for improvements in the system and future study of the issue.

Our Work in Focus

(PRESS RELEASE) Reproductive health advocates will gather in the Rio Grande Valley today to celebrate the successes of Nuestro Texas, a…
Two years ago today, President Barack Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act…
In 2002, abortion was decriminalized on broad grounds in Nepal…
Around the world, the unmet need for safe and effective contraceptive services is staggering: Roughly 215 million women in developing countries rely on traditional contraceptive methods with high failure rates…