This is It: Time to Stand With Planned Parenthood in the Fight of Our Lives
Extreme politicians want to shut down Planned Parenthood health centers. This is the biggest battle we have ever faced – and we need you with us. Say you stand with Planned Parenthood.
Although states grew increasingly hostile toward abortion in 2016, it’s not a reflection on Americans’ values. Anti-abortion politicians are out-of-touch.
As the very real threat of a Congressional defunding battle draws near, Planned Parenthood supporters and volunteers are fighting back all across the country.
Tell Congress you Stand with Planned Parenthood
The federal government is now in the hands of extremist lawmakers who have tried for years to shut down Planned Parenthood health centers and cut patients off from care. Tell them you stand with Planned Parenthood.
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.
Time and again, extremists and politicians have tried — and failed — to throw a one-two punch against Planned Parenthood.
While we prepare for what’s to come, it’s important that we take a victory lap to celebrate those triumphs.
How Extreme Politicians are Trying to Shut Down Planned Parenthood — And What You Can Do To Fight Back
“Defunding” Planned Parenthood really means blocking patients who depend on public health care funds (like Medicaid, Title X, and other government programs) from getting their care at Planned Parenthood health centers.
Today the state of Texas took final action to try to block Medicaid patients from accessing preventive care at Planned Parenthood, including birth control, cancer screenings, and HIV tests.
Planned Parenthood and Fellow Reproductive Rights Groups Sue Over Unconstitutional Abortion Restrictions in Three States
Planned Parenthood, ACLU, and the Center for Reproductive Rights just filed lawsuits in Alaska, Missouri, and North Carolina over dangerous, unconstitutional, medically unecessary abortion restrictions.