NOW Supports President Biden’s Latest Guidelines On Reproductive Rights

There is no reason why our nation’s medical doctors must choose between practicing safe, crucial reproductive rights and practicing in a state that they call home. There is no reason why a woman should fear for her life in pursuit of reproductive healthcare. There is no reason why people should not have a say over the body they govern.

It’s Time To Vote For Women’s Lives in Kansas

On Tuesday, August 2nd, voters across Kansas will vote on language to alter the state constitution, revoking a woman’s right to have an abortion. Kansas is the first state to vote on abortion rights since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade in June. Voting in favor of amending the state constitution would alter the Read more …

It’s a Dark Day For Women in America – Supreme Court Rules to Overturn Roe

WASHINGTON, D.C. — We’ve been ready for this. We knew that with the new conservative majority on the Supreme Court, abortion rights were hanging by a thread. Today, that thread—that lifeline—has been cut. The Supreme Court’s ruling endangers women and pregnant persons with low-incomes, women and pregnant persons of color, women and pregnant persons living Read more …

Corporate America’s response to Roe v. Wade is so far limited to new travel policies. Advocates say that should be the start, not the end

“It is a great thing that companies are willing to do this, and I think it really defines what social responsibility for companies looks like,” Christian Nunes, president of the National Organization for Women, told Fortune. “It shows they understand the importance of their employees’ reproductive rights and that they’re willing to make sure they are protected.”

Oklahoma’s Abortion Ban Endangers Women’s Lives — And Their Future

WASHINGTON, DC–Oklahoma’s Republican Governor, Kevin Stitt fulfilled his promise to sign every abortion ban that reached his desk—and today, the abortion ban he signed clearly violates women’s constitutional rights.   When Texas passed the notorious six-week abortion ban, 45 percent of patients in the state were forced to travel to Oklahoma for abortion care, according Read more …