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OUTRAGE: Roe Overturned

The U.S. Supreme Court has taken away the federal constitutional right to abortion. 

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Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin’s doors will remain open.

PPWI will continue to help get patients the care they need. This includes helping patients access safe abortion care where it remains legal.

It’s important that patients and communities in Wisconsin know that PPWI is the first stop for reproductive health care — including abortion. 

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Tell Wisconsin lawmakers to pass the Abortion Rights Preservation Act and repeal Wisconsin's criminal abortion ban!

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Deciding if or when to become a parent is one of the most personal and life-changing decisions many people will make. While we may have differing views about abortion, most of us can agree that we want our friends and family to be able to get the care they need when they need it. We don't want politicians to make these incredibly personal decisions for us or the people we care about. Yet that is exactly what has now happened.

The June 24 Supreme Court decision has overturned nearly 50 years of precedent and eliminated the constitutional right to abortion, stripping people of the freedom to control their own bodies. Because Wisconsin’s criminal abortion law is still in place, Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin has suspended abortion services until there is clarification from a court about whether the law is enforceable.

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Abortion Rights Preservation Act

Passing the Abortion Rights Preservation Act - which would repeal Wisconsin's criminal abortion ban - is the most important step our elected officials can take to protect access to abortion care in Wisconsin.

U.S. Supreme Court Takes Away Federal Constitutional Right to Abortion

The fears of millions were realized on June 24, as the U.S. Supreme Court ended the federal constitutional protection of abortion — robbing people of the fundamental right to control their own bodies. Learn what it means for Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Capitol

Abortion in the courts: What’s at stake in Wisconsin 

Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul is challenging the enforceability of Wisconsin’s 173 year old criminal ban on abortion that criminalizes abortion.

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