AHA, OAH File SCOTUS Amicus Brief in Mississippi Abortion Ban CaseBreaking News
tags: abortion, Supreme Court, AHA, American Historical Association, SCOTUS, OAH, Organization of American Historians, reproductive rights
The AHA, along with the Organization of American Historians, has become a signatory to an amicus curiae brief in the Supreme Court case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. This brief, based on decades of study and research by professional historians, aims to provide an accurate historical perspective as the Court considers the state of Mississippi’s challenge to a woman’s right to abortion, a right that was affirmed by the Court in Roe v. Wade.
Download the amicus curiae brief as a PDF.
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