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What's At Stake

If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, a 1931 Michigan law could go back into effect, making abortion illegal and threatening doctors who provide abortion services with prison for up to 15 years. This amendment would make sure no one goes to prison for providing safe medical care as well as ensure access to a broad range of reproductive health care, including abortion.

In Michigan, we trust women. The decision of whether to become pregnant or a parent is too important to leave up to politicians. This proposal will affirm that every Michigander has the fundamental right to reproductive freedom, which involves the right to make and carry out decisions without political interference about all matters relating to pregnancy, including birth control, abortion, prenatal care, and childbirth.

Protecting reproductive freedom in the Michigan Constitution will preserve this right for all Michiganders in our state, no matter what happens in Washington, D.C. Together, Michigan voters can protect reproductive freedom – for ourselves, our families, and our future.

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A growing coalition of advocates is exploring the possibility of running a ballot initiative to secure reproductive freedom for all Michiganders in 2022. Check back soon for more details!

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By completing this form, you are joining the Reproductive Freedom for All volunteer program and agreeing to receive emails, calls, texts, and/or mail from Reproductive Freedom for All and our Campaign Partners, such as the ACLU of Michigan (and its affiliates, including as part of the ACLU’s People Power program), and to other use and sharing of your data, as further described in this privacy policy.