2016 Supreme Court Wrap-up Call

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July 19, 2016

8 p.m. ET

Federal courts are sometimes the last, best hope for women who have experienced discrimination in education, employment, or health care. This year, the U.S. Supreme Court heard a number of cases with the potential to significantly affect the rights of women and girls. Reproductive freedom, access to health care, and affirmative action were on all the court’s schedule. We’ve also seen the unpredictability that results from an eight-justice court; find out how a split vote affected this term’s cases and might affect upcoming cases.

What: AAUW Legal Advocacy Fund conference call discussing the Supreme Court term
When: Tuesday, July 19, at 8 p.m. ET

Questions? E-mail laf@aauw.org.



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