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“Defund” Attacks on Planned Parenthood in Texas

Texas Medicaid patients are suffering the consequences of a dangerous political game. Here’s what happened.

4 Things That Made Us Happy in May: Obama and the Courts Lay Down the Law on Birth Control

This month, women’s health has taken a lot of hits, but it’s not all dark and gloomy! There have been some amazing moments in the world of women’s health this month.
May 29, 2015

Planned Parenthood Patients in Texas Banned from Breast and Cervical Cancer Services Program

Texas politicians are cutting cancer screenings for thousands of poor women. All because they have some crazed vendetta against Planned Parenthood.
May 23, 2015

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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

Get Angry and Get Loud: Improving Access to Health Care for the Latino Community

Last week, I had the honor of being awarded a 2015 Latino Trendsetter Award by LatinTRENDS magazine for the work we do at Planned Parenthood to improve the health care of the Latino community.
Feb. 20, 2015

Show Me Your Riffs: A love letter to Sleater-Kinney and Reproductive Rights

In this excerpt from her post on Feministing.com, Jess Mack describes how her love of riot grrl band Sleater-Kinney helped her grow into the feminist and Planned Parenthood supporter that she is today.
Feb. 9, 2015

Sign Our Thank You Card for Planned Parenthood Health Center Staff

If you appreciate the dedication, courage, and compassion of our staff — sign your name to our card, and add your own personal note.
Nov. 26, 2014

Timeline of Texas' Attacks on Women's Health

In the last few years, the attacks in Texas have not stopped—they’ve only gotten worse.
Feb. 20, 2014