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City of Baltimore and Center for Reproductive Rights Ask Appeals Court to Uphold Common Sense Regulation of Crisis Pregnancy Centers


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City of Baltimore and Center for Reproductive Rights Ask Appeals Court to Uphold Common Sense Regulation of Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Today the City of Baltimore, with its co-counsel the Center for Reproductive Rights, asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit to protect Baltimore residents by allowing the enforcement of a local consumer protection ordinance requiring limited-service pregnancy centers - also known as crisis pregnancy centers, or CPCs – to provide accurate and non-deceptive information about their services.


By CRR, USA.


Human rights Policy Resource.

Uganda Rejects Calls to Amend Its Abortion Law During U.N. Human Rights Council Review


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Uganda Rejects Calls to Amend Its Abortion Law During U.N. Human Rights Council Review

A Uganda delegation responded to a range of issues raised at the U.N. Human Rights Council—the U.N.’s main human rights body—as part of its review of the country’s human rights record. In its response, the Ugandan government signaled that although there is support for strengthening measures to address maternal deaths and ensuring access to reproductive health services, abortion law reform is not a priority.


By CRR, USA.


Human rights Policy Resource.

Center for Reproductive Rights Statement on Election of Donald Trump as 45th President of the United States


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Center for Reproductive Rights Statement on Election of Donald Trump as 45th President of the United States

Today the Center for Reproductive Rights called on president-elect Trump to reject the extreme and divisive positions taken during his campaign and reassure American women that their fundamental constitutional and human rights will be respected and protected during his administration, specifically pointing to the real threat a Trump presidency could present to the landmark decision in Whole Woman’s Health v Hellerstedt.


By CRR, USA.


Human rights Policy Resource.