Roe v. Wade has been overturned but you can still protect abortion access. Work with us in the states. x

ROE V. WADE HAS BEEN OVERTURNED

Want to protect abortion access? Work with us in the states.

Electing and vigorously defending state house majorities that will protect abortion access is our last line of defense and our best means to channel our collective outrage, fight back, and win. We must fight fire with fire and invest where these decisions will be made: in the states. We’re building a community of activists to do just that. Are you ready to turn your rage into action?

Abortion access will be decided by state lawmakers.

Your access to reproductive healthcare will be determined by your state lawmakers. Here’s what that means for the future of choice.

Abortion Bans

These 26 states are certain or likely to ban abortion outright now that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade.

The Impact

Without the protection of Roe v. Wade, the average driving distance to the nearest abortion clinic will increase by over 200 miles — a +2,000% change — in the states where we’re fighting to shift or defend governing power this November.

Shifting Power

We’re fighting to end rightwing lawmakers’ unchecked control — and their ability to force unpopular abortion bans on the people they serve — in states where power can shift this November.

Arizona has been flagged as the state that would have the most restrictive laws if Roe v. Wade is overturned. We have laws on the books from 1901 that criminalize birth control and abortion that the rightwing majority has refused to repeal.

Arizona State Representative Athena Salman

If Roe v. Wade is overturned this year, Michigan will go back to an antiquated 1931 law on the books that criminalizes abortion. Our current rightwing majority sees no problem with this law, despite the fact that Michiganders overwhelmingly support upholding Roe v. Wade.

Michigan State Senator Stephanie Chang

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