US Supreme Court Decides Fake Clinics Don't Have to Tell Truth

In a 5–4 decision on Tuesday in NIFLA v. Becerra, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a challenge to a California law that required reproductive health clinics in California, including crisis pregnancy centers, disclose certain information to patients. The question in this case is whether these notice requirements violate the First Amendment.

The law had two requirements:

Lift Louisiana Demands an End to Family Separations at the U.S. Border

Lift Louisiana stands completely with immigrant families regardless of their citizenship status. We emphatically condemn the racist, xenophobic and inhumane actions of the Trump Administration, particularly Jeff Sessions, Steven Miller and the Department of Homeland Security and immigration enforcement. The administration continues to demonize those who wish to enter our country in search of a better life. We know that families are stronger together, especially when facing an uncertain future and fleeing trauma and oppression.

AN Embed Test 2 - Stop Abortion Opponents from Turning Lies into Laws in Louisiana!

Across the country, politicians are using lies about abortion to pass laws that make it more difficult or even impossible for women to access abortion care. These laws try to prevent a woman from getting abortion care, even when that means lying to her, delaying her care, requiring unnecessary tests, making care more expensive, and shutting down reproductive health clinics.

Shamefully, a new study shows that Louisiana is tied for second place on the list of states with abortion restrictions based on lies!  


The biggest threat to Louisiana women’s ability to access quality abortion care is politicians in the state. That is the key message of a new public education campaign launched today by Lift Louisiana, a leading reproductive rights advocacy organization, and supported by the National Partnership for Women & Families.

Advocates for Women’s Health Admonish the Louisiana Legislature for Attacks on Women and Families

Advocates for women’s health will host a Press Conference on Friday, May 18 to demand politicians focus the last days of this legislative session on improving health care access, the vital social services network, and economic justice for Louisiana women and families.   For the last several months politicians in the capitol have failed to deliver justice for Louisiana women.

Our Perspectives: Birth Control in Prison has a Different Meaning

Reproductive justice, coined by SisterSong, is defined as “the human right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, have children, not have children, and parent the children we have in safe and sustainable communities”. Reproductive justice advocates focus on access to safe abortion, contraception, pregnancy care, sex education, and much more. In addition, reproductive justice work breaks down all systems of oppression.