Roe v. Wade Anniversary

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Politicians have quietly passed more than 1,000 laws against abortion since Roe v. Wade.

It's time we move forward.

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Laws against abortion are designed to shame, pressure, and punish a woman who has decided to have an abortion. And politicians have passed 334 of these laws since 2010 alone. 

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Politicians in states across the country will stop at nothing to prevent a woman from getting an abortion, even when that means lying to her, delaying her, doing tests she doesn’t need, making it cost more than it should, letting people harass her, and closing nearby clinics.

Since Roe v. Wade, states have passed more than 1,000 laws against abortion.



  • What the public actually thinks
    Nearly two-thirds of voters across the country think the hundreds of laws states passed against abortion take us in the wrong direction. Like you, they think a woman who has decided to have an abortion should be supported and respected. Read More
  • How we're turning things around
    2015 also showed the growing trend to turn things around. Advocates and legislators in almost every state are championing policies that support a woman’s reproductive and sexual health, rights, dignity, and autonomy. Read More
  • The escalating attacks
    Our abortion laws are getting worse, not better – putting abortion out of reach for many women across the country. See how much politicians pushed us even further backwards in 2015. Read More
  • How far have they gone?
    Do you know how far politicians in your state have gone to shame, pressure and punish a woman who decides to have an abortion? You might be surprised. See how your state stacks up. Read More


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More than 7 in 10 voters want a woman’s experience having an abortion to be respectful, supportive, affordable, available in her community, and without pressure.

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