NAPW in American Prospect on Sp. Ct. blow to pregnant women

Miscarriage of Justice

The federal "partial-birth" abortion ban has grave implications for all pregnant women, not only those seeking to end pregnancies.

By Lynn M. Paltrow
 American Prospect Web Exclusive: 04.19.07

[Last week] 

the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the first federal law that bans an abortion procedure for all women and all doctors in all states.

Testimony To the South Dakota Task Force to Study Abortion

September 22, 2005
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In September of 2005, NAPW had an extraordinary opportunity to test the theory that by building on the lessons learned from our clients, our concurrent work on drug policy reform, and Terry McGovern's research on building grassroots pro-choice activism, we could begin to go on the offensive in our efforts to advance reproductive and social justice in America.

CRIMINALIZING MOTHERHOOD

December 11, 2003
By: Silja J.A. Talvi, The Nation magazine, December 11, 2003

Regina McKnight is doing twelve years in prison for a stillbirth, carving out a dangerous intersection between the drug war and the antichoice movement. In the eyes of the South Carolina Attorney General's office, McKnight committed murder.