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Fighting for

abortion access

In the summer of 2013, a historic moment in the reproductive health, rights, and justice movement in Texas took place: an unprecedented groundswell of activism — the People’s Filibuster — took over the Texas Capitol to fight back against attacks on abortion access. In the years since, this movement has continued to intensify.

In 2018, abortion funds and providers serving Texans from across the state took the fight to anti-abortion politicians with a groundbreaking legal challenge against a web of Texas abortion restrictions — the People’s Lawsuit. This lawsuit seeks to upend years of reproductive oppression under the guise of pragmatic regulation. Abortion is healthcare and we will continue to fight back as abortion opponents seek to regulate it out of existence.

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The summer of 2013 produced a historic moment in the reproductive health, rights, and justice movement in Texas. An unprecedented groundswell of activism — the People’s Filibuster — took over the Texas Capitol to fight back against attacks on abortion access. In the years since, this movement has continued to soar.

On June 14, 2018, abortion providers and funds united in the People’s Lawsuit to challenge the web of unconstitutional abortion restrictions that have multiplied in Texas for over 45 years on behalf of themselves, their patients, and their clients. 

 

As plaintiffs to the People’s Lawsuit, Whole Woman’s Health Alliance, the Afiya Center, Fund Texas Choice, Lilith Fund, Texas Equal Access Fund, West Fund, and Dr. Bhavik Kumar have been building power in the Texas reproductive health, rights, and justice movement since 2013. Today, we invite you to learn more about the People’s Lawsuit Campaign.

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Whether in the streets, at the Capitol, or in the Courts, Texans who support abortion access are rising up.