Helping Enforce Abortion Rights Today
Achieving Abortion Rights In A Post Roe v. Wade World
1st Amendment to the United States Constitution
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.
In a post Roe v. Wade world, a plan B is needed to restore abortion rights in America. This plan B is the First Amendment to the American Constitution which provides strong protection for abortion rights independent of Roe v. Wade.
HEART provides a template to file suit to protect abortion rights in your state*
Congregation L’Dor Va-Dor has filed a lawsuit against the State of Florida which goes beyond Roe v. Wade’s right of privacy and is based on freedom of and freedom from religion. All are welcome to download this lawsuit and tailor it to fit your situation.
View, download and tailor the Complaint filed in Florida to fit your situation
We allege that abortion restrictions restrict the right of Jews to practice our faith, but our argument applies to those of all faiths, including atheists whose faith is in reason.
“Freedom begins with an act of defiance.”
Partisan fighter Tuvia Bielski
Join us in defying white Christian nationalists who seek to dismantle the separation of Church and State in order to replace democracy with theocratic tyranny in America.
HEART is here to help you vindicate abortion rights in your state
If you have questions or difficulties in filing suit in your state to protect abortion rights, contact your local attorney or HEART and we will try to help you defend your freedom. Litigation is complicated, and you should absolutely consult an attorney and do your own research before filing suit.
“There are times when we cannot prevent injustice
But there should never be a time when we fail to protest”
Elie Wiesel: Nobel Prize winning Holocaust survivor
*The attached lawsuit is based on the Florida Constitution and Florida Religious Freedom and Restoration Act (RFRA). These are based on almost identical provisions in the First Amendment to the Constitution and Federal RFRA, which can both be used in every state of the country. Federal RFRA and 42 U.S.C 1983 may provide attorneys fees if you win.