Another day, another sham law
Horrific sham laws are moving fast across the country. Politicians are seemingly emboldened by a new political landscape – and trying frightening tactics to block, shame, and vilify people seeking reproductive care.
Texas legislators tried to force healthcare facilities to have funerals for fetal tissue when patients seek abortions – or even when patients experience miscarriages. The policy was halted thanks to a lawsuit from the Center for Reproductive Rights but other states are trying some of their most extreme attempts ever.
Indiana actually passed a mandatory burial or cremation measure before Texas – and we’ve taken them to court over it. As of last week, Ohio is proceeding with an unconstitutional ban on abortions.
Florida is trying to criminalize conversations about abortions – so you can’t seek advice from your rabbi or other religious leader unless she is a registered abortion counselor.
This attacks our health, dignity, and constitutional rights. We have to speak up – louder than ever and urgently – for our bodies and our clinics.
Join the resistance and stand up for reproductive rights.
|1 hour ago||Dennis A. from Minnesota|
|2 hours ago||Thomas S. from Michigan|
|3 hours ago||Linda L. from Illinois|
|5 hours ago||Cynthia L. from Florida|
|6 hours ago||Mallory P. from New York|