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State-Level Legal and Political Strategies Following the Repeal of Roe v. Wade: Proceedings of a Workshop - in Brief
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... areas: updates on state and federal legal challenges to abortion bans, state level strategies to increase access Sobel began with a presentation on the status of abortion to reproductive health care, the role of ballot initiatives laws and ongoing litigation in the United States, in reproductive rights, additional strategic avenues such including abortion bans, restrictions, and protections, as legislative advocacy, inequities and systemic barriers as well as litigation in the federal court system. She to accessing reproductive health care, and how the legal shared a map illustrating that 14 states have abortion landscape affects the science of reproductive health care.
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... that 10 states have constitutional protections for abortion • Health care amendment challenges argue that health care, either through a constitutional amendment or care amendments adopted in state constitutions a court decision. Sobel added that in Florida, there is following the passage of the Affordable Care Act give ongoing litigation although a previous Supreme Court States Abortion Policies: Bans, Restrictions and Protections individuals the right to make health care decisions of Florida decision determined the right to abortion is which include abortion.
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... helping a pregnant individual seek out-of-state abortion care. Finally, Sobel described Planned Parenthood Great Ballot measures related to abortion access are upcoming Northwest v.
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... IA OH PA NJ DE NV IL IN MD UT WV CA CO MO VA KS KY DC NC TN OK SC AZ NM AR MS AL GA TX LA AK FL * Bans are currently HI enjoined in WI and IA but litigation is ongoing FIGURE 2 States with abortion bans and early gestational limits and no process for citizen-referred ballot measures in black.
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... She Wade in 2022, Crear-Perry explained that NBEC worked explained that, in addition to research about their own with Donna Brazile, Black Mamas Matter Alliance, states, legislators are eager to learn from their regions, SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice other states with similar political environments, and Coalition, Black Women's Health Imperative, and In international contexts. Linkin noted that state legislators Our Own Voice: National Black Women's Reproductive have been using abortion volume tracking data to develop Justice Agenda to place a full-page ad in the New York a better understanding of what services are needed in Times emphasizing that reproductive justice is an issue their states and how to better support their constituents.
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... Linkin said that there are leave, telehealth, and ensuring optimal prenatal mental state legislators in these states working to address issues health." She also referred to a potential federal solution related to the loss of abortion access and she noted for increasing access to reproductive health care, efforts to address misinformation. Clayton said that noting that, in 2021, a letter called for the creation of a rising rates of maternal mortality in the United States, White House Office of Sexual and Reproductive Health particularly among Black women, is an area relevant for and Well-Being under the Domestic Policy Council to advocacy across states.
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... , University of California, San Francisco; Andreia Alexander, Indiana University School of Medicine; Elizabeth Ananat, Barnard College, Columbia University and National Bureau of Economic Research; Corale L Brierley, Brierley Consultancy, LLC; Ned Calonge, Colorado School of Public Health; Judy Chang, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Ellen Wright Clayton, Vanderbilt University; Cat Dymond, Atlanta Birth Center; Michelle Bratcher Goodwin, Georgetown University School of Law; Barbara Grosz, Harvard University; Vincent GuilamoRamos, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing; Lisa Harris, University of Michigan; Paula Johnson, Wellesley College; Justin R


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