Five Takeaways From the 2019 Elections
Huge victories for reproductive health champions send a big signal about key issues that may swing elections in 2020
These changes to the law impact low-income women, women of color, and women with chronic illnesses the most.
Past Efforts at “Defunding” Led to Loss of Care — Now the Affordable Care Act Repeal Would Take Defunding Nationwide
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Defenders are a core group of supporters who have said they'll give their time to defend Planned Parenthood, the health services they provide, and the people who rely on them — in what just may be the fight of our lives.
If budgets reflect priorities, then Trump’s budget tells you all you need to know about how his administration values women.
More than 14,600 women will be left without the health care they depend on.
The average CHC site serves only 320 contraceptive patients in a year. (Of those that offer contraceptive care at all.)
Medicaid covers nearly half of all births in the U.S. and 1 in 5 women of reproductive age relies on Medicaid.
Because being 48th in the U.S. for women’s health outcomes isn't bad enough.
Anti-abortion politicians in Texas dismantled reproductive health care access — and women paid the price. Now, the Trump administration could green-light this failed program.
After the U.S. House voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and block patients from care at Planned Parenthood, supporters flooded their representatives' districts offices with pink — Planned Parenthood pink!