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Our Fears Confirmed: The Supreme Court Plans to Overturn Roe v. Wade

The leaked draft majority opinion of the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization makes clear that the court plans to eliminate the constitutional right to abortion established nearly a half-century ago with Roe v. Wade.

Why Are the U.S. Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services So Important?

Here’s how CMS can affect your life, and why you should pay attention to who’s running it.

May 10, 2021

That Was Quick: 5 Ways Biden Has Already Protected Our Health and Rights

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.

Feb. 24, 2021

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7 Reasons Why Seema Verma is the Actual Worst

If you’re tired of hearing about the usual cast of appalling characters in the Trump-Pence administration, here’s a powerful player who may have flown under your radar: Seema Verma.

Feb. 28, 2020

Five Questions for HHS Secretary Azar

This week, Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Alex Azar will testify before several Congressional committees regarding the dangerous Trump budget — which guts vital health-care programs, including Medicaid. We've got some questions we want him to answer.

 

 

 

Feb. 25, 2020

Why #CoverageMatters for Women’s Health

Not too long ago, our health care system made it nearly impossible for Erin to improve her own health. When insurers learned she had a pre-existing condition, she was denied coverage.

Dec. 12, 2016

350,000 Women Support The Affordable Care Act Birth Control Benefit

On February 1, the Obama administration announced it would hold the line and ensure that all women, no matter where they work, can get affordable access to birth control with no co-pay. In the 60-day public comment period since that announcement, nearly 350,000 people submitted letters to the Department of Health and Human Services in support of the benefit.
June 11, 2013