Steve July 29, 2020
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The Supreme Court’s decisions this term on reproductive health, rights, and justice were a mixture of wins and losses in the fight to protect reproductive rights. The cases demonstrate that who the president and Senate put on the federal bench is a critical issue, and they are a reminder of the need for proactive policies to provide meaningful access to reproductive health care.

At the Center for American Progress, Kurt Mueller is a motion graphic designer contractor; Jamille Fields Allsbrook is the director of women’s health and rights; Nora Ellmann is a research associate for women’s health and rights; Juli Adhikari is an advocacy associate with the Women’s Initiative; and Maggie Jo Buchanan is the director of Legal Progress.

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