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Amy Hagstrom Miller’s Remarks on the SB8 Lawsuit

I’m Amy Hagstrom Miller, President and CEO of Whole Woman’s Health and Whole Woman’s Health Alliance.  I will be direct with you: I am furious. It’s a righteous kind of fury I am feeling. I’m infuriated that — yet again — we have to go back to the courts to plead with them to protect …

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Whole Woman’s Health & Whole Woman’s Health Alliance Sue to Block Extreme Texas Law Banning Abortion at Six Weeks and Deputizing Private Citizens as Enforcers

Law Enables Anyone – From Local Anti-Abortion Protestors to Out-of-State Lobbying Groups – To Sue Anyone Who Helps Patients Access Abortion, Including Abortion Providers & Clinic Staff  Media Contacts: press@wholewomanshealth.com   AUSTIN, TEXAS – Whole Woman’s Health (WWH – lead plaintiff) and Whole Woman’s Health Alliance (WWHA – co-plaintiff) have joined a broad coalition of Texas abortion providers, doctors, clergy, abortion funds, …

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An Ally to my Ally

If I’m being honest, as a white middle class gay man growing up in rural West Virginia, I never felt like the topic of abortion applied to me. Why should it? I was not going to need one, nor was my partner.  I never learned about it in my high school curriculum, and it was …

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New Texas Law & SCOTUS Case: Our Clinics Are Still Open

Across the country, abortion rights are under attack. This May, Texas lawmakers passed Senate Bill 8, an extreme bill that bans abortions as early as six weeks of pregnancy – before many even know they are pregnant. This hostile bill also gives private citizens the authority to enforce the law for anyone providing abortion care …

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Texas Governor Signs Harmful and Extreme Six Week Abortion Ban into Law

Media Contacts:  Jackie Dilworth, Dir. of Marketing & Communications, WWH & WWHA, 737-867-0242; jdilworth@wholewomanshealth.com Kandice Miller, Texas Communications Manager, WWHA, 512-201-9389; kandice@shiftstigma.org Texas Governor Signs Harmful and Extreme Six Week Abortion Ban into Law Any Texan, Including Abortion Providers, Who Helps Another Person Get an Abortion Can Be Sued Under the Law; Even for Driving a Patient …

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