On Thursday, November 30th, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision on the Ohio v. Becera case that affirms the ability of Title X providers to make abortion referrals. Although the Network is pleased by the appeals court’s decision, we recognize that this case is one of many attempts by anti-abortion advocates to disrupt abortion access.
Servicewomen and women veterans were promised comprehensive health care, and the U.S. government has yet to deliver on this promise. They are currently shortchanged on contraception, abortion, mental health, maternal health, and menopause care.
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Much is at stake for women, children, and abortion access this budget season.
Although the 5th Circuit Court’s decision does not go as far as anti-abortion advocates might have hoped, it is still a grave threat to abortion access.
The National Women’s Health Network applauds the Supreme Court for its decision to block the lower court’s ruling against Mifepristone, one of two medication abortion drugs, until the end of the legal proceedings.
We are gravely concerned about this new nationwide barrier to abortion access.