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Judicial bypass study finds process to be punishing

Judicial bypass study finds process to be punishing

By Emily (Rooke-Ley) Obront, co-author of "Young Women's Experiences Obtaining Judicial Bypass for Abortion in Texas" and former case manager at Jane's Due Process One of the most frequent questions I was asked when I ran the hotline at Jane’s Due Process was, “How...

Stories from Jane: #PeoplesLawsuit

Jane's Due Process is excited about the challenge against many of Texas's most restrictive and burdensome abortions laws filed earlier this month, known as The People's Lawsuit. This lawsuit directly effects the clients that we serve, because it seeks to eliminate...

Op-Ed: Texas’ habit of exporting bad abortion policy

Op-Ed: Texas’ habit of exporting bad abortion policy

By Tina Hester, Jane’s Due Process Published in the Corpus Christi Caller Times, May 9, 2018 Texas lawmakers habitually try to avoid discussing the “A” word — abortion. They have flashed a green light for religiously based foster care homes to fall silent when a youth...

Jane’s Due Process Annual Austin Celebration 2018

Jane’s Due Process Annual Austin Celebration 2018

Please join Jane's Due Process in Austin as we celebrate another year of hard work and progress among friends and allies. Guests will enjoy an open wine bar and hors d'oeuvres. Mark your calendars! Sponsorships are welcomed at the $1,000, $500 and $250 levels, and...

Impact Report: What did JDP do in 2017?

Text by Zoë Fay-Stindt, Literary Women in Action For many in the US, 2017 was an emotional whirlwind of a year, and the Jane’s Due Process team was not exempt from the chaos. Amidst whiplash headlines and new harmful policies, JDP was involved in one of the year’s...

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