National Prayer Breakfast, abortion rights, Breyer’s replacement, and Thomas Paine

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We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation have been immersed in steering folks onto the correct constitutional path. Our constitutional lessons to school boards We successfully tutored three separate school boards around the country to halt their unconstitutional practice of prayers at their meetings. “We salute any school district for taking steps to stay secular […]

We need to codify abortion rights

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Women suffer and die when abortion is inaccessible. That’s a fact. If you don’t believe me, just look up the countless studies that document that. The World Health Organization found that unsafe abortion (which occurs when it is inaccessible or criminalized) is a leading — but preventable — cause of maternal deaths and morbidities. It […]

Reproductive health is a state/church issue

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Note: This is the farewell column from FFRF Anne Nicol Gaylor Reproductive Rights Intern Barbara Alvarez. FFRF wishes to thank her for all her wonderful work and writing on abortion rights. There are many ways in which religion proves detrimental to reproductive health. Instead of adhering to evidence-based science, extremists — relying on religious texts, […]

Report shows anti-abortion restrictions rule Southern hospitals

BarbaraAlarezUpdate Abortion rights, Supreme Court, Putin’s Church and an illustrious illustrator

Abortion care in the United States is in crisis. A new Columbia Law School study reveals that hospitals across Southern states impose harsh restrictions on abortion care, leading to delays and denial of abortion care to patients with severe pregnancy complications. Notably, “The Southern Hospitals Report: Faith, Culture, and Abortion Bans in the U.S. and […]

Guide: Fight for abortion rights with FFRF

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Women across the country desperately need your help in defending abortion rights from religious attacks. These are troubling times, and the onslaught of abortion bans feels disheartening and scary, especially for women of color, immigrants, rural women and members of the LGBTQ community. The Freedom From Religion Foundation is committed to defending secular values and […]

Record-setting anti-abortion laws show need for Women’s Health Protection Act

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Join FFRF Today! Request Information Donate to FFRF Draconian anti-abortion legislation has reached a new record in the United States. Through this September, 106 restrictions on abortions have become law, which is more abortion restrictions than any other year. For context, the previous record on anti-abortion laws was in 2011, with 89 restrictions. According to […]

Supreme concern, exvangelicals, secular grieving, and The Enlightenment

Exvangelicals Title Abortion rights, Supreme Court, Putin’s Church and an illustrious illustrator

We were supremely focused this week on the highest court in the land. We drafted and filed a friend-of-the-court brief before the U.S. Supreme Court against Mississippi’s religion-infused attempt to severely curtail abortion rights. We put forth a well-reasoned argument as to why Mississippi’s lawsuit to effectively overturn Roe v. Wade will require courts to […]