Join us in gearing up to fight even harder for women’s health and rights — right now, and for the next two years. Here are seven ways you can take action today. Hold Congress Accountable Help us hold members of the “lame duck” Congress accountable for heeding the message sent by women voters in th…Continue Reading
“You go into a clothing store, and they can stock whatever they want to. I just want to make sure that pharmacies have the same right to do that… It’s a freedom of doing business,” said State Sen. David Sater last year, a Republican pharmacist who sponsored a bill that allows pharmacists in Missouri…Continue Reading
From death panels to job killers, the oft-repeated misinformation about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has yet to let up. It’s left many of the country’s uninsured confused about what the new law means for them. The way to counter this coordinated effort to confuse is to coordinate an effort to educa…Continue Reading
Another state legislator gets it wrong: "No one is prohibited from having birth control because of economic reasons."
Alaska is the second most expensive state to live in. Everything from heating to purchasing a house costs more than it does in the “Lower 48.” Transportation and food are at high premiums. Plus, the median per capita income is a mere $32,500 a year. Hawaii is the only state more expensive to live in…Continue Reading
We know it’s only February, but things are already heating up as the 2014 election approaches. Politically speaking, it’s a big year and women’s health is on the line. Planned Parenthood advocacy and political organizations across the country will be running our largest campaign ever. In 2011, Pla…Continue Reading
Category: State Fights
Today, the Texas Senate Health and Human Services Committee is holding a hearing on “legislative achievements in women's healthcare.” No, you didn’t read that wrong. Out-of-touch politicians in Texas have supported and passed extreme policies that have decimated access for Texas women on everything …Continue Reading
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November 20, 2014
Join Planned Parenthood Action in Tweeting at Congress
November 18, 2014
TIME Magazine Poll Wants to Ban the Word ‘Feminist’ — Really, TIME?!
November 13, 2014
Hey, Birth Control: Thanks a Bunch
November 12, 2014
Supreme Court Reopens Abortion Providers in Texas — For Now
October 17, 2014
I'm a Feminist and Proud of It!
Reductive attacks like the TIME poll (and those voting against the word “feminist") just proves how much we need feminism — and people who will stand up and fight for equality. Add your name if you're one of them!