Tag Archives: Reproductive Rights

Media Advisory: Supreme Court to Rule on Significant Abortion Case

Soon, the Supreme Court of the United States will rule on the most significant reproductive rights case in decades. The ruling is expected either today, June 20 or next Monday, June 27. About Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt: On March … Continue reading

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May 6: Join us at Our “Rights to Realities” Party in Pittsburgh

In 2002, the Women’s Law Project opened an office in Pittsburgh so we could more directly serve and support the women of Western Pennsylvania.  We are proud of all the work we’ve been able to accomplish in the region over … Continue reading

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Action Alert: PA House to Vote on HB 1948 Today

Today, the Pennsylvania House plans to vote on HB 1948, the double-abortion ban we’ve been telling you about since they fast-tracked it to the House floor last week.  Read: 10 facts about HB1948 In addition to criminalizing abortion at 20 weeks … Continue reading

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ICYMI: January at the Women’s Law Project

We closed out 2015 with a bang, took a holiday, and got back to work. Next stop: The Supreme Court The Women’s Law Project kicked off 2016 by submitting a friend-of-the-court brief to the Supreme Court in the case Whole … Continue reading

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10 Facts About Abortion in Pennsylvania at #Roe43

  Today is the 43rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Pennsylvania plays no small part in the story of the right to choose in the United States. Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the case that set the current standard by which courts … Continue reading

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PA Abortion Providers Speak Out About Upcoming SCOTUS Abortion Case

Abortion providers in Pennsylvania, where women suffered under Gosnell’s hand, have a particular responsibility to speak out against these schemes. PENNSYLVANIA — Soon, the Supreme Court of the United States will hear the most important case regarding reproductive rights in … Continue reading

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2015: The Good, the Bad, and the Very, Very Ugly

There’s no need to sugarcoat 2015: The attack on reproductive rights is still going strong. A well-funded anti-choice movement is attempting to block not only women’s access to legal abortion, but contraception and preventative care also. Clinic violence and targeted … Continue reading

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