From the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case Griswold v. Connecticut, which struck down a state law banning contraceptives, to our cases to overturn the state's discriminatory ban on the use of state funds to provide abortion care for low-income women, to our cases to uphold the rights of pregnant police officers denied the right to reasonable accommodations at work, the ACLU of Connecticut has a long history of fighting for reproductive freedom.

Through litigation, advocacy, and public education, we strive to ensure that every pregnant person has the opportunity to make a real decision and the ability to get the care they need. Our work focuses on a range of issues, including protecting access to affordable contraception, protecting a pregnant person's ability to make personal, private decisions about pregnancy and abortion, and fighting pregnancy discrimination.