National Partnership for Women & Families

Research Library: Reproductive Health

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Bypassing Justice: Kansas


Bypassing Justice: West Virginia


Bypassing Justice: Massachusetts


The Supreme Court and Abortion Access

The 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113, appeared to ensure that American women would have access to abortion, ruling out any legislative interference in the first trimester of pregnancy and putting limits on abortion restrictions that could be passed during the later stages of pregnancy. The decision followed a long history of women seeking and obtaining abortions – but with a shift in the legal status of the procedure over time.


Bypassing Justice: Wisconsin


Bypassing Justice: Montana


Bypassing Justice: Iowa


Bypassing Justice: Pennsylvania


Bypassing Justice: Louisiana


Facts About Contraceptive Coverage and EPICC

Contraception is a critical component of basic health care for women. Contraception allows women to safely plan their pregnancies, which research has proven is critical to ensuring healthy outcomes for both mother and child.


Bypassing Justice: Arizona


Bypassing Justice: Rhode Island


Bypassing Justice: Missouri


Bypassing Justice: Ohio


Bypassing Justice: Florida


ACOG Letter opposing draft rule

On behalf of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), I am writing to express our absolute objection to a draft proposed regulation that would severely restrict women’s access to birth control, among a number of other serious issues. We strongly urge you to abandon any further efforts to move forward with this proposal.


Bypassing Justice: Idaho


Bypassing Justice: Alabama


Bypassing Justice: Utah


Bypassing Justice: North Carolina


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