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Abortion access is under attack across the country.

Texas’ newly enacted SB8 bans abortion after six-weeks of pregnancy, before many people know they’re pregnant. If a court does not intervene, this abortion ban will take effect on September 1 and will force most Texas patients seeking an abortion to flee the state. And the Supreme Court is set to hear a case about Mississippi’s abortion ban this fall. The ruling next summer could gut or overturn Roe v. Wade, creating an even greater divide between those who live in a state that protects access to abortion and those who don’t.

Reproductive health champions have spent years working to solidify reproductive health care access in Illinois, including passing the Reproductive Health Act (RHA) signed into law by Gov. Pritzker in 2019—one of the most proactive state laws in the nation. The RHA is a powerful example of what elected leaders can do at the state level to expand abortion access and prepare for a future without Roe.

But we can’t stop there.

Join PPIA and join the fight to protect access to safe, legal abortion in Illinois—no matter what.

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What’s happening in Texas?

Unless this law is blocked by the courts, Texas will ban abortion at approximately six weeks of pregnancy starting September 1. Because many people don’t know they’re pregnant at six weeks, this law would effectively outlaw abortion for most Texans. 

It’s unconscionable — and unconstitutional.

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We won't stand for it. That's why we're taking this to court, along with our partners at Center for Reproductive Rights, The Lawyering Project, Whole Woman's Health, and the ACLU.

Join us to defend the right to abortion for all people everywhere, no matter what.

Stand with the people of Missouri

Politicians in Missouri are threatening sexual and reproductive health care for Missourians who rely on publicly funded programs like Medicaid. Stand with us in our call on the Biden-Harris administration to ensure people have the freedom to choose their own providers and freely access contraception under Medicaid.