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Your Call: States chipping away at abortion access

Mar 16, 2016

On the March 17th edition of Your Call, we’ll have a conversation with filmmaker Dawn Porter about her new documentary TRAPPED. 

States across the country are aggressively chipping away at abortion access. 

Targeted Regulations of Abortion Providers or TRAP laws force clinics to comply with onerous policies designed to regulate them out of existence. From specifying the size of procedure rooms to corridor width, new regulations have forced dozens of clinics to close throughout the south. 

How are clinic workers, lawyers, and advocates fighting to keep abortion safe and legal? It's Your Call Rose Aguilar and you.

Guests

Dawn Porter, filmmaker, TRAPPED 

Stephanie Toti, senior counsel, Center for Reproductive Rights

Web Resources:

TRAPPED

Center for Reproductive Rights

New York Times: How the Supreme Court Case Could Change Women’s Access to Abortion

NARAL: Targeted Regulations of Abortion Providers (TRAP)

RHC Data: Targeted Regulations of Abortion Providers

Scholars Strategy Network: The New Wave of State Laws Targeting Abortion Providers

Guttmacher Institute: Targeted Regulations of Abortion Providers

Guttmacher Institute: State Policies in Brief, Abortion

ACLU: What TRAP Laws Mean For Women

The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG): Ob-Gyns Denounce Texas Abortion Legislation