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1875 In a speech called “Social Purity,” suffragist and feminist Susan B.1963 The Society for Human Abortion is established in San Francisco and challenges the law by openly providing information on abortion and contraception. Connecticut was a landmark case in which the Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution protected a right to privacy.The case involved a Connecticut law that prohibited the use of contraceptives.While pregnant, she took thalidomide, not knowing that the drug is known to hinder the development of limbs in the pre-born child.She requested a therapeutic abortion and was denied in America, before later getting an abortion in Sweden.Violence against abortion facilities and abortionists by a few fringe anti-abortionists leads to fear, mistrust, and stereotyping of the pro-life movement. This was brought on by “Operation Rescue,” in which individuals peacefully linked arms to block access to an abortion clinic while sidewalk counselors directed women to PHCs. She declares that she is pro-life and regrets her role in the landmark case.
Sidewalk counseling and prayer vigils become the main form of clinic pro-life activism. 1997 Congress passed a slightly amended version of the “partial birth” abortion ban law, which was again immediately vetoed by President Clinton. Armstrong upholds “physician-only” requirement to perform an abortion in Montana.
Pro-life advocates divided their support between the amendment and bill, lobbying against each other and causing both to fail. American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists invalidates Pennsylvania statute that required informed consent and other abortion regulations. In 2006, the group is renamed Students for Life of America. Reproductive Health Services upholds the prohibition of public facilities or personnel to perform abortions and the requirement of ultrasounds after 20 weeks.
1990s Pregnancy Help Centers continue to spring up, allowing pro-lifers to support pregnant women in their communities. Act forbids the use of “force, threat of force or physical obstruction” to prevent someone from providing or receiving abortions. Congress passed the first nationwide ban on “partial birth” abortion, which was vetoed by President Clinton in 1996. Wade, who did not have an abortion because the ruling came too late) is befriended by pro-life activists.
1984 Following the election, pro-lifers controlled the White House and Congress.
They worked to pass a Human Life Amendment and Human Life Bill (in case the amendment was rejected by the states).
1920s Rise of the birth control movement, headed by Margaret Sanger, a proponent of eugenics.