Legislative Tracker

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  • NEW! Check out Rewire‘s focus on religious imposition laws. These laws are designed to shield private individuals and businesses from complying with nondiscrimination laws based on a religious objection to that service.

  • Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam signed SB 1180, prohibiting abortion after a fetus has reached viability and requiring viability testing at 20 weeks gestation.

  • Montana Gov. Steve Bullock vetoed SB 282, which would have prohibited abortion when a fetus is viable, and SB 329, which would have prohibited abortion at 20 weeks gestation.

  • Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed HF 809, which would have prohibited state funding of abortion, and HF 812, which would have imposed new fees, regulations, and procedures for abortion clinics.

  • Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad signed SF 471, which prohibits abortion at 20 weeks gestation and requires a 72-hour waiting period. The law is effective immediately. The Iowa Supreme Court issued a temporary injunction on the 72-hour waiting period.

  • Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam signed HB 1111, which requires words in Tennessee law to be given their “natural and ordinary meaning.”

  • Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed HB 24, making Alabama the second state this year to allow adoption agencies to discriminate against LGBTQ couples.

  • Sixteen states (Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New York, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and Wyoming) have filed bills prohibiting transgender individuals from using public accommodations consistent with their gender identity.

  • Over 325 bills designed to restrict access to reproductive health care have been filed for the 2017 legislative session.

Rewire Legislative Tracker is an easily searchable database of the laws, people, organizations, and litigation involved in sexual and reproductive health and justice in the United States, as well as the connections among them. Primarily focused on the anti-choice universe, the database provides factual summaries of key topics, lawsuits, and laws. It is available for use by the public with credit to Rewire.

Rewire Legislative Tracker makes use of data from the Sunlight Foundation’s Open States project for legislature counts and legislator information.

Learn about our methodology.

Wyoming Federal

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Active Laws in the Database none

Wyoming Hawaii

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  • Laws 21
  • People 38
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database 3

Wyoming Maryland

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  • Laws 25
  • People 63
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database 2

Wyoming Massachusetts

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  • Laws 32
  • People 104
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database 6

Wyoming Nevada

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  • Laws 5
  • People 1
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database none

Wyoming New Hampshire

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  • Laws 31
  • People 60
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database 2

Related to: LGBTQ

Wyoming New Jersey

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  • Laws 37
  • People 21
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database none

Wyoming New Mexico

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  • Laws 25
  • People 23
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database 1

Related to: LGBTQ

Wyoming New York

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  • Laws 53
  • People 153
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database none

Wyoming Oregon

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  • Laws 15
  • People 24
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database none

Wyoming Rhode Island

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  • Laws 44
  • People 37
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database 1

Related to: LGBTQ

Wyoming Vermont

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  • Laws 3
  • People 77
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database none

Wyoming Washington

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  • Laws 50
  • People 148
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database none

Wyoming Wyoming

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  • Laws 14
  • People 30
  • Organizations 0
  • Cases 0

Active Laws in the Database none

Color Database includes all anti-choice bills introduced in the 2013-2015 legislative sessions.


Laws

Looking for information about a particular law? This database contains an archive of legislation, including summaries and analyses of the bills. Currently, the database contains all of the anti-choice bills introduced in every state for the 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 legislative sessions. As states introduce bills during the 2017 legislative session, we are adding them to the database. Be sure to check back periodically as Rewire will be updating and expanding the information in this database on a regular basis.

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People

Start here if you’re looking for information about legislators who have authored, sponsored, or otherwise supported anti-choice legislation. Rewire Legislative Tracker has provided links that show how people are connected to specific laws. The database allows users to click through to a page for each person, with contact information, the person’s position or job description, and a list of legislation with which that person is associated. Rewire Legislative Tracker uses Open States (openstates.org) to provide basic information about legislators.

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Organizations

Many of the anti-choice bills proposed in recent years have been written and promulgated by national organizations with ties to the political Right. This database identifies bills that are based on “model” laws written by these organizations, and contains the names and descriptions of those organizations. It also lists the organizations involved in challenging various bills in court.s.

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Cases

Want to know whether a particular law is being challenged in court? This database contains a summary of key legal cases related to anti-choice legislation along with links to relevant court filings and documents.

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