Court Opinions & Orders

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District Court Order Granting Preliminary Injunction: JWHO v. Currier

The Center challenged the medically unjustified requirements that were enacted in Mississippi in an attempt to make the state “abortion-free.”…

Greater Baltimore Center for Pregnancy Concerns, Inc. v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore: Fourth Circuit Panel Decision

Greater Baltimore Center for Pregnancy Concerns, Inc. v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore: Fourth Circuit Panel Decision…

District Court Order on Permanent Injunction, Following Opinion by Fifth Circuit

U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks denied the Center’s motion for summary judgment and dismissed in part and granted in part the State Defendants’ motion…

Fifth Circuit Opinion

The U.S…

Preliminary Injunction Decision: Texas Medical Providers Performing Abortion Services v. Lakey

Download the Preliminary Injunction Decision for Texas Medical Providers Performing Abortion Services v. Lakey order below. …

Order Against Enforcement of the Act and Permanent Regulations: Hodes & Nauser, MDs, P.A. et al. v. Robert Moser, M.D et al.

This case challenges the constitutionality of onerous regulations and a sham licensing process adopted and implemented by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) that will cause most of the abortion providers in the State to cease providing ongoing abortion services…

Agreed Order Regarding TRO & Status Conference: Hodes & Nauser, MDs, P.A. et al. v. Robert Moser, M.D et al.

The case Hodes & Nauser, MDs, P.A. et al. v. Robert Moser, M.D et al…

Decision: L.C. v. Peru

In a groundbreaking decision issued in 

Preliminary Injunction: Stuart et al v. Huff Memorandum Opinion and Order

On September 29, 2011, the Center for Reproductive Rights challenged a newly enacted North Carolina law which prohibits a woman from getting an abortion until four hours after her physician performs an ultrasound, places the ultrasound images in her view, and provides her with a detailed…

Order: Texas Medical Providers Performing Abortion Services v. Lakey

IT IS ORDERED that Defendants are ENJOINED from penalizing a physician, criminally or otherwise, under the Act1 when multiple physicians perform an abortion, and any one of those physicians, or a combination of them, comply with the Act’s requirements…