Supporting pregnancy protections through amicus work

Gender Justice was a leader in the fight to pass the MN Women’s Economic Security Act (WESA) and is now providing critical amicus support in this case to enforce WESA protections for pregnant workers, brought on behalf of a social worker whose supervisor refused to provide accommodations her doctor ordered, forced her to take unpaid leave, then fired her.

Click here to read about the Minnesota Women’s Economic Security Act (WESA)


The CPC Industry as a Surveillance Tool of the Post-Roe State

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