The California notice requirements affecting women’s health clinics are likely to violate the First Amendment.
A California law requires anti-abortion pregnancy centers to tell women that abortions are available. NIFLA argues the law violates the centers’ First Amendment rights.
The Supreme Court ruled on the historical Roe v Wade case in 1973. The ruling deemed access to safe, legal abortion was a fundamental right under the US Constitution. But, when can the state ban abortions because of a concern for prenatal life? Check out our latest post and explainer infographic for details.
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