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What National Attacks on Abortion Mean for Nebraska

The Threat to Safe, Legal Abortion

The U.S. Supreme Court announced it will review Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. This will be the first direct challenge to Roe v. Wade, the decision that established the constitutional right to have an abortion, since Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation. By taking this case, the Court will be revisiting nearly 50 years of precedent that has protected people’s access to safe and legal abortion in Nebraska.

Also this year, Texas passed S.B. 8, the most extreme abortion ban in our country’s history. The law essentially eliminates access to safe, legal abortion in Texas and paves the way for other states and municipalities to do the same. Nebraska could be next.

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We know the majority of people support the right to safe, legal abortion—but a vocal minority is leading the charge against abortion, contraception, and comprehensive sex ed in this country. That’s why those of us who support reproductive freedom must speak up now before it’s too late—and encourage our friends, families, and communities to do the same. 

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What does this mean for abortion access in Nebraska?

One day after S.B. 8—the most extreme abortion ban in the country—went into effect in Texas, Governor Pete Ricketts said he was “pleased” to see the law take effect and indicated plans to introduce similar legislation in Nebraska.

Nebraska has an anti-abortion majority in the legislature. While we have allies in the legislature committed to stopping an abortion ban in the short term, we must fight to protect and expand abortion rights in our state.