Engaging Policymakers

In Washington D.C.

Center for Reproductive Rights Statement on Third Sexual Assault Report Against Judge Brett Kavanaugh

Statement of Nancy Northup, President and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights:…

The Center for Reproductive Rights Sues the Department of State over Deletion of Reproductive Rights from the Annual Human Rights Reports

(PRESS RELEASE) The Center for Reproductive Rights has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of State (DOS) for refusing to release records related to the deletion of the reproductive rights subsection from DOS’s 2017 Country Reports on…

Hearing Recap: Judge Kavanaugh’s Testimony Confirms Hostile Record and Philosophy on Reproductive Rights

During his confirmation hearing, Judge Brett Kavanaugh faced extensive questioning about his views on reproductive rights…

Joint Declaration: Stop the "Law for the Protection of Life and Family" Bill in Guatemala

Defenders of sexual and reproductive rights in Latin America and the Caribbean 

Day 3: Leaked Email Reveals Judge Kavanaugh’s Views on Roe and “Precedent”

Today was the last chance for the Senate and the American public to hear Judge Brett Kavanaugh's views on the constitutional right to abortion—yet he continued to refuse to answer questions about how he views the merits of landmark Supreme Court decisions on abortion…

Day 2: Judge Brett Kavanaugh Skirts Questions on Abortion

Judge Brett Kavanaugh, on the second day of his confirmation hearing, repeatedly refused to answer questions about whether important cases on reproductive rights were correctly decided by the U.S. Supreme Court…

Center for Reproductive Rights Comment on Proposed Title X Regulations

Title X is the only federal program that is exclusively dedicated to bringing reproductive health care services to over four million low-income, under- and uninsured women and men. For many women, Title X providers are their primary or only source of health care…

Speak Out Now Against the "Domestic Gag Rule"

In June, the Trump administration proposed a dangerous new rule that would prohibit providers that receive federal Title X family planning funds from making referrals for abortion care. The rule would also prohibit granting Title X funds to family planning…