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
Timeline: All the Ways Congress and the Trump Administration Have Threatened Women’s Health and Rights So Far
The president and Congress have been attacking women’s health since day one. Here's a look at the lowlights.
We’re nowhere near out of the woods yet. Not by a long shot.
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Politicians out to block women's health care found a new angle less than a week after the GOP retreated on its Obamacare repeal bill: take away family planning care for 4 million people (most of whom have low incomes). The final vote is later today.
In the dead of night, Congress traded away women’s health and lives to get a few more votes from far-right extremists.
Well whaddya know: A new study shows that increasing access to birth control could reduce the unintended pregnancy and abortion rates by nearly two-thirds.
Any day now, HHS Secretary Tom Price could start to dismantle President Obama’s highly popular provision that provides no-copay insurance coverage of critical health services like birth control.
Extremists in Congress are voting today to dismantle an Obama administration rule that protected access to reproductive health care.
Neil Gorsuch has an alarming history of interfering with reproductive rights and health.
Congress Introduces Bills to Overturn Obama Admin Rule that Protects Health Care for 4 Million Who Rely on Title X
The rule made it clear that it is against the law for state politicians to block people from accessing care at a health center because the organization also provides safe, legal abortion.