There’s No Such Thing as a “Late-Term Abortion”
Anti-abortion rights activists use this term to scare and confuse people.
Emboldened by a Supreme Court decision that could end the constitutional right to abortion this spring, politicians opposed to abortion rights have wasted no time advancing laws to harshly restrict abortion or ban it entirely.
La mitad de los Estados Unidos podría acabar como el país de orígen de mi familia, sin la protección federal de los derechos para acceder al aborto.
Necesitamos que la legislación federal ayude a proteger el acceso al aborto seguro en todo Estados Unidos.
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Without Federal Protections for Abortion Rights, Half the States in the U.S. Could End Up Like My Family’s Home Country
We need federal legislation to help protect access to safe abortion across the United States.
President Biden now has a duty to select a qualified nominee who will protect and support access to sexual and reproductive health care — as Justice Breyer has done unwaveringly throughout his career.
Several states have passed groundbreaking laws that safeguard residents’ right to legally and safely access abortion — no matter what happens at the U.S. Supreme Court.
The 1973 Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade made access to safe and legal abortion a constitutional right. On Roe's 49th anniversary, that freedom is at risk like never before.
As the U.S. Supreme Court allows the dangerous Texas abortion ban to remain in effect and is poised to rule on a case that could overturn Roe v. Wade — the Senate is considering historic legislation that would protect our right to abortion: the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA).
The failure to end Texas’s blatant denial of the constitutional right to abortion gives other states the green light to set copycat laws into motion.
With one of the most extreme abortion bans this country has ever seen now in effect, politicians, neighbors, and even complete strangers can sue anyone who helps a person access an abortion in Texas after six weeks. This is a full-scale assault on abortion access.