Medication Abortion Comes Under Attack in Sham Lawsuit
Anti-abortion rights groups have gone to federal court seeking to ban a drug used safely in medication abortions for over 20 years
Planned Parenthood v. Abbott: The Fight in Texas Continues in Court
Today, Planned Parenthood Federation of America filed a lawsuit in Texas to block two harmful and unconstitutional provisions of the anti-women’s health law designed to restrict women’s health and rights in the state.
Sept. 27, 2013
A Great Week at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference
African-American women understand Planned Parenthood. They understand Planned Parenthood’s commitment to providing quality health care and eliminating health disparities; they understand Planned Parenthood’s commitment to bodily integrity and self-determination; and they understand Planned Parenthood’s vision for a world of social justice where people are able to fulfill their highest dreams. These issues are essential to African Americans.
Sept. 26, 2013
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After Losing the Election with the Greatest Gender Gap, Romney Campaigns with Cuccinelli
If last November’s election taught us anything, it’s that women’s health is a good investment. Mitt Romney lost the presidential election (and Virginia) with the greatest gender gap in Gallup’s history. And now guess where he is: headlining a fundraiser, days after a new poll shows Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe leading Virginia’s Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli by a 24-point margin among women.
Sept. 25, 2013
The Fair Shot Campaign Launches to Protect Women’s Health and Economic Security
Promoting women’s health, leadership, and economic security—a pretty worthy cause right? We couldn’t agree more. That’s why yesterday we helped launch the Fair Shot Campaign—a partnership of Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the Center for American Progress, American Woman, and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU).
Sept. 19, 2013
How much do you know about Obamacare? Take the quiz!
Don’t know much about Obamacare? Well, you're not alone. According to two recent polls, many Americans don’t understand how the new health care law works — even when they stand to benefit.
Sept. 18, 2013
Two Celebrations in One: Hispanic Heritage Month and a One-Year Anniversary
The beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month is coincidentally also my one-year anniversary working for Planned Parenthood Federation of America as the Director of Latino Engagement and Leadership. This year has been one of discovery, self-reflection, education, and gratitude.
Sept. 17, 2013
The Des Moines Editorial Board's Message to Women's Health Opponents
The Des Moines Register’s editorial board has a message for women’s health opponents: If you don’t understand medicine, don’t try to get in the way of doctors treating their patients.
Sept. 12, 2013
Cory Booker: Standing with New Jersey Women
When it comes to women's health, the contrast in the New Jersey special senate election couldn't be clearer. Cory Booker will fight to protect women's access to preventive health services, make sure women have access to birth control with no co-pay, and support a woman's right to make her own personal and private medical decisions—without interference from politicians. His opponent, Steve Lonergan, has a long record of opposing common-sense women's health.
Sept. 10, 2013
It’s Not Just the Rhetoric, But the Policies that Insult Women
They just can’t help themselves. Two days ago, the communications director for the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) criticized Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate (and current Secretary of State) Alison Lundergan Grimes, calling her an “empty dress.”
Sept. 6, 2013