1. November 9, 2022

    U-M president, Michigan Medicine CEO react to Proposal 3 passing

    President Santa J. Ono and Michigan Medicine CEO Marschall S. Runge expressed their support for access to comprehensive reproductive health care following the success of a statewide reproductive-rights ballot initiative.

  2. October 17, 2022

    Task force focused on abortion access continues planning

    Doctors, faculty, students and staff from U-M’s task force on abortion care access have been monitoring the multiple court rulings that have made abortion status in the state uncertain.

  3. August 15, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  4. August 8, 2022

    Roe v. Wade Teach-Out to address questions about abortion access

    U-M has created an online “Roe v. Wade Teach-Out” to help people understand the history of abortion rights, legal challenges and what comes after the Supreme Court’s ruling that there is no constitutional right to abortion.

  5. August 2, 2022

    Update on access to abortion care services

    U-M is closely monitoring the complicated legal proceedings related to abortion care in the state of Michigan. Currently, Michigan Medicine will continue to include abortion care. 

  6. July 26, 2022

    New guide offers resources on abortion policy and research

    A new and timely research guide produced through the U-M Library will help researchers, students and anyone seeking reliable information about abortion policy and research.

  7. June 24, 2022

    U-M president, Michigan Medicine CEO react to decision on Roe

    President Mary Sue Coleman and Michigan Medicine CEO Marschall S. Runge said providing safe, high-quality reproductive health care remains a top priority following the overturning of the abortion-rights case Roe v. Wade.

  8. May 25, 2022

    University creates task force to focus on abortion access

    A universitywide task force on abortion-care access is working to mitigate the impact of a potential statewide abortion ban in Michigan that could affect all U-M missions, including health care, medical education and other areas.