Rosen Statement on Supreme Court Decision on Medication Abortion

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen (D-NV) released the following statement after the Supreme Court ruled that the case challenging medication abortion lacked standing.

“While today’s decision is good news for reproductive freedoms, the Supreme Court has not fully closed the door on future attempts to further restrict abortion access across our nation,” said Senator Rosen. “We know the anti-choice extremists who pushed to overturn Roe v. Wade won’t stop until they succeed in banning women’s access to abortion care. We cannot allow that to happen, which is why it is more critical than ever to restore Roe and protect reproductive rights in federal law.”

Senator Rosen continues fighting back against efforts to restrict access to reproductive rights. Last week, she voted to protect women’s constitutional right to access birth control. Senator Rosen also helped introduce the Let Doctors Provide Reproductive Health Care Act to protect doctors and other health care professionals from being prosecuted for providing reproductive care to their patients. And she helped introduce the Women’s Health Protection Act to protect reproductive freedoms in federal law.