The Fairness Project announced this week that it will lead a panel of experts at South by Southwest 2024 in Austin, Texas, in a discussion about the power of direct democracy to drive change and progress on issues such as health care, minimum wage, and reproductive rights.
Abortion Rights Victory: Ohio Voters Approve Issue 1, Cementing State Constitutional Right to Reproductive Freedom
Ohioans today voted to approve Issue 1, a ballot measure that will codify reproductive freedom, including abortion rights, in the state’s constitution. The Ohioans United for Reproductive rights campaign, supported by the Fairness Project, won its “Yes” campaign Tuesday night.
Ohio voters head to the polls today to decide on a crucial ballot measure to secure their reproductive rights — the second major battleground state, after Michigan, to vote on a citizen-initiated abortion rights measure since the fall of Roe v. Wade.
With less than a week until Election Day for a crucial abortion rights ballot measure in Ohio, advocates for reproductive freedom are exceeding their get-out-the-vote goals and seeing record turnout for early voting.
In two weeks, Ohio voters will head to the polls to decide on a crucial ballot measure to secure their reproductive rights. Early voting is already underway for Issue 1, the Right to Make Reproductive Decisions Including Abortion Initiative.
Abortion on the Ballot: Arizona Campaign Launches Signature Collection Effort for Nov. 2024 Amendment
Today, a groundbreaking campaign to put abortion on the ballot in Arizona announced the launch of its signature collection effort. The campaign, Arizona for Abortion Access, is seeking to enshrine access to abortion in the state’s constitution with an amendment that would go before voters in November 2024
Last night, voters in Ohio decisively rejected a proposal from right-wing politicians and special interests to end majority rule in Ohio and preemptively block a constitutional amendment to defend reproductive rights.
In a major win for democracy and reproductive rights, voters in Ohio have rejected a proposal from right-wing politicians and special interests to make citizen-led ballot measures more difficult to pass.