Funding for Reproductive Healthcare

Federal Policy Agenda 2017-2018

Intended as a resource for Congress, as well as our allies and supporters, our 2017–2018 federal policy agenda identifies harmful policies we oppose as well as proactive legislative priorities that would defend against serious threats to reproductive rights we face

As the Hyde Amendment Turns Forty, Center for Reproductive Rights Continues to Call for Repeal

(PRESS RELEASE) Just three months after successfully challenging a sweeping Texas law designed to shut down most of the…

States Continue to Defend Unconstitutional Clinic Shutdown Laws in Spite of Supreme Court Ruling

(MEDIA ADVISORY) Earlier this week the Center for Reproductive Rights requested a federal district court permanently block Louisiana’s Texas-…

House Judiciary Subcommittee Holds Hearing Targeting Low-Income Women’s Access to Safe, Legal Abortion

(PRESS RELEASE) Despite facing a host of other issues related to access to critical health care services, the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice earlier today held a hearing which focused on two measures further restricting access to safe and legal…

U.S. Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Second Attack on ACA Birth Control Benefit

(PRESS RELEASE) Today the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Zubik v.

Obama Budget Advances Reproductive Health at Home & Abroad, But Leaves Too Many Low-Income Women Behind

(PRESS RELEASE) President Barack Obama’s proposed FY2017 budget released yesterday includes steps toward expanding and promoting reproductive health care coverage in the U.S…

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…