The Black maternal health crisis continues — but Congress and the Biden-Harris administration have an opportunity to encourage the systemic changes that can deliver healthier outcomes.
Under the Trump administration, a dangerous regulation made health care more difficult to access for patients with low incomes. It’s time for this rule to end.
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Becerra is a health care champion and a staunch supporter of sexual and reproductive rights. After weeks of obstruction, the Senate must swiftly confirm Becerra as secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) so he can get to work on behalf of the American people.
The first 30 days of the Biden-Harris White House has transformed the government’s COVID-19 response and health care leadership, and upended harmful Trump policies on abortion care services, LGBTQ+ rights, and immigrant rights.
Most of Becerra’s career has focused on defending and expanding health care access. His skills and experience can begin to undo the damage of the Trump years and help build a better future
Supporters of sexual and reproductive health care can look ahead to new opportunities — and push for improvements over the policies of the Trump years.
The best part about 2020 may well be that it’s over. But let’s appreciate what we endured, and honor the memory and the legacy of the people who didn’t make it through.
We are heartbroken. Supreme Court Justice and gender equality hero Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday, Sept. 18. As we mourn, we’re also embracing our gratitude for her service to our country.
As someone who has spent their career working to transform systems of police brutality and white supremacy, I'm tired.