Posts tagged in our own voice
Amicus Brief: PPSA v. Baker, 4th Cir., No. 18-2133

In January 2019, NAPAWF, the Center for Reproductive Rights, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, and In Our Own Voice: National Black Women's Reproductive Justice Agenda filed an amicus brief in support of plaintiff Planned Parenthood of South Atlantic's challenge to its disqualification as a Medicaid provider in the state of South Carolina.

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Amicus Brief: Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1st Cir., No. 18-1514

This amicus brief is in opposition to two Trump administration rules issued in October 2017 that would allow virtually any employer or university claiming a religious or moral objection to be exempt from providing insurance coverage of birth control for their employees, students, and their dependents, which is currently required under the Affordable Care Act.

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Letter of Opposition by Reproductive Justice Groups to Brett Kavanaugh's Confirmation as Supreme Court Justice

The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda, the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum and over 30 reproductive justice organizations and allies who joined an amicus brief in Azar v. Garza oppose the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court.

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Engaging Communities of Color on a SCOTUS Vacancy

The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, In Our Own Voice: National Black Women's Reproductive Justice Agenda, National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum, and the National Women’s Law Center commissioned PerryUndem to conduct a survey to inform communications to communities of color around the SCOTUS vacancy in mid-2018.

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Amicus Brief: ​State of California v. Azar, 9th Cir., Nos. 18-15144, 18-15166, and 18-15255

This amicus brief was filed in opposition to two Trump administration rules issued in October 2017 that would allow virtually any employer or university claiming a religious or moral objection to be exempt from providing insurance coverage of birth control for their employees, students, and their dependents, which is currently required under the Affordable Care Act.

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