Supreme Court Protects Access Abortion — For Now
In June Medical Services v. Russo, the U.S. Supreme Court sent a resounding message to politicians all across the country: It is unconstitutional to impose medically unnecessary laws that place an undue burden on a person’s right to safe, legal abortion.
Vice President Mike Pence has hardened his extreme anti-woman agenda — all while framing his attacks on our health and rights with sweet-sounding platitudes, since coming to the White House.
State lawmakers across the country have begun engaging in shenanigans around reproductive and sexual health again.
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Neil Gorsuch has an alarming history of interfering with reproductive rights and health.
Well, That Was Fast: Trump and Pence Have Begun the Assault on Access to Abortion, Birth Control, and Planned Parenthood
Here’s what you need to know about these attacks on women’s health, and how to take action.
By reinstating the global gag rule as one of his first actions in office, Donald Trump has put politics over women’s lives. As a result, some of the world's most vulnerable women will suffer.
As experts have demonstrated over and over again, CHCs don’t have the capacity to absorb the 2.5 million Planned Parenthood patients.
Cecile Richards on the Daily Show: If more members of Congress could get pregnant, we wouldn’t be arguing about birth control
Planned Parenthood is not a line item in the federal budget and is more popular than the entire United States Congress.
Other safety net providers cannot “fill the overwhelming hole torn in the safety net” if Congress “defunds” Planned Parenthood, as Republican leaders have promised to do.
16 separate nationwide polls and an additional 9 polls in key states show strong favorability for Planned Parenthood and strong opposition to efforts in Congress to block patients from accessing high-quality, lifesaving care at Planned Parenthood.