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.
Wisconsin Report: “Defunding” Planned Parenthood Would Have Devastating Consequences for People in Paul Ryan’s Own Backyard
Many of the approximately 40,000 Wisconsinites who use Medicaid and rely on Planned Parenthood for care would have nowhere else to go for care.
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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.
In a nutshell, repealing the ACA means as many as 30 million Americans — 82% of whom come from working families — lose health insurance.
The Obama Administration’s rule says that states can’t block people from accessing preventive care at a health center just because its organization also provides safe, legal abortion. However, the next administration could undo it.
Fear of an HHS secretary like Price is why Planned Parenthood has seen a significant increase in in online appointments for birth control, with a more than ten-fold increase in people seeking IUDs the first week following the election. People are worried they will lose their health care.
If you like having birth control in your life, join us in celebrating the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy's fourth annual "Thanks, Birth Control" Day! Just take a moment to say "Thanks, Birth Control."
Despicable: Anti-Women's Health Politicians in Congress Just Passed a Bill that Would End Funding for Family Planning
We have just a few days left to speak out against the harmful proposal, which jeopardizes the health and well-being of immigrant children.
Trump's gag rule is designed to block millions of people from care at Planned Parenthood health centers. Tell the administration #nogagrule!
The "public charge" rule would force families to choose between accessing critical resources like health care and keeping their families together.