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
Vice President Mike Pence has hardened his extreme anti-woman agenda — all while framing his attacks on our health and rights with sweet-sounding platitudes, since coming to the White House.
Neil Gorsuch has an alarming history of interfering with reproductive rights and health.
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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.
By reinstating the global gag rule as one of his first actions in office, Donald Trump has put politics over women’s lives. As a result, some of the world's most vulnerable women will suffer.
In a nutshell, repealing the ACA means as many as 30 million Americans — 82% of whom come from working families — lose health insurance.
We’re turning out for the Women’s March on Washington on January 21st, as well as #IStandWithPP events across the country. Are you in?
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.
When Donald Trump was declared the next president of the United States, people who love Planned Parenthood clamored to make sense of it all. What can you do right now if you care about Planned Parenthood? Try these seven things.
We now face a very different future, and there is uncertainty ahead. But one thing is for sure: We will never back down, and Planned Parenthood will never stop providing the care patients need.