We Must Reform the Courts
The federal courts, including the Supreme Court, have never protected all of us and now are being used as a weapon to limit our rights. It’s time for bold changes.
The Hyde Amendment: Restricting Abortion Coverage for 40 Years
Conservative members of a Congress held a hearing on the Hyde Amendment — but instead of addressing how Hyde hurts low-income women of color, they showed their true colors by comparing abortion to slavery and Black genocide.
Sept. 30, 2016
It's Time to End Political Restrictions on Abortion Coverage
Congress is a mess. But the one thing they've managed to do without fail — year after year, for nearly 40 years — is ban federal programs from providing health insurance coverage for abortion through the so-called Hyde Amendment and other similar restrictions.
July 8, 2015
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4 Things That Made Us Happy in April: Advancing on Women's Health, Plus a Few Laughs
It can feel like we’re constantly in the trenches. But it’s not all uphill. In fact, women’s health advocates have seen a lot of wins lately.
May 7, 2015
The Human Trafficking Bill and Its Abortion Restrictions, From a Republican’s Perspective
The abortion restrictions in the trafficking bill make it clearer than ever that it's time for the Republican Party leaders to return to our core values of personal responsibility and individual liberty — and leave personal medical decisions to a woman, her family and her faith.
April 23, 2015
Cornyn’s Compromise in the Human Trafficking Bill is More Like a CON-promise on Abortion Access
Anti-abortion politicians made superficial changes to the abortion restrictions they inserted into a human trafficking bill — and they're calling it a "compromise." We beg to differ.
April 17, 2015
Tell Congress: Stop Playing Hyde And Sneak with Women’s Health
Politicians are slipping attacks on women's health into every kind of bill imaginable — and it’s time to speak out.
March 30, 2015