This week marks the 41st anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision in Roe v. Wade, recognizing a woman's fundamental right to determine when, and if, to become a parent – without governmental interference. Even before the Court ruled in Roe, the ACLU of Illinois' Reproductive Rights Project was fighting to assure access to a full range of reproductive health care services for women. Today, Illinois enjoys fewer restrictions than any neighboring state on abortion and other health care services for women, owing largely to the legal and legislative work directed by the ACLU of Illinois Reproductive Rights Project.

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More About the Reproductive Rights Project

Through our litigation, and work in the Illinois legislature, we have protected Illinois from many of the harmful restrictions we are seeing passed in Texas, Ohio, Virginia, and many other states around the country. We have defended the rights of women to decide when and whether to have a child by:

Learn more about the Reproductive Rights Project

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