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Right now, more than 40 for-profit companies (almost all owned exclusively by men) are suing the federal government because they don’t want to allow their employees to have the no-copay birth control insurance coverage required by the Affordable Care Act.

Whether they are the CEO of a craft store chain or the co-founder of a produce and packing company, these bosses think their personal beliefs should dictate their employee’s health care decisions — including whether women get access to affordable birth control.

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Defend the Right to Abortion

With S.B. 8 now in effect, politicians, neighbors, and even complete strangers can sue anyone who helps a person access an abortion in Texas after six weeks.

This is a red-alert moment for sexual and reproductive rights. And that's why we need your help.

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URGENT: Abortion is now banned for most people in Texas

We can’t allow these extreme abortion bans to continue to spread. Do your part now by making an emergency gift to Planned Parenthood Action Fund to help fight back.

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Is Abortion Legal in My State?

See your state’s current abortion laws — and learn how access to abortion would change if Roe v. Wade were overturned.

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