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
The threat we’ve been warning about just happened: Republican leadership introduced a bill that would cut millions of patients off from care at Planned Parenthood health centers and gut the Affordable Care Act.
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.
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We could go back to the days when 92% of the best-selling insurance plans practiced gender rating (charging women more than men for the same health care plans).
150 Planned Parenthood Patient Advocates and Providers Gathered on Capitol Hill to proclaim “We Are Planned Parenthood, Do Not Take Away Our Care.”
This Wednesday 150 Planned Parenthood patients and providers will show their elected officials the devastating consequences that “defunding” Planned Parenthood would create for their communities.
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.
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.
In a nutshell, repealing the ACA means as many as 30 million Americans — 82% of whom come from working families — lose health insurance.
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.