Fewer Texas Women Are Getting Their Birth Control and More Are Getting Pregnant Since the State Blocked Them from Care at Planned Parenthood

Category: Birth Control, State Fights, Planned Parenthood

A new study shows the real-world consequences of losing access to care at Planned Parenthood for women in Texas, where politicians have blocked that access. Continue Reading

Tags: Birth Control, Texas, Ohio, John Kasich, Louisiana


This Black History Month Don’t Just Be About It….Read About It!

Category: African Americans for Planned Parenthood

This Black History Month, we urge you to explore a few readings that can help shape and impact our collective work towards achieving reproductive freedom for all people: Continue Reading

Tags: Black History Month


What’s at Stake for Sex Education in the 2016 Election?

Category: Elections

Every young person in this country deserves accurate information and resources about sex, sexuality, and relationships, so that they can keep themselves safe and healthy. This election, young people’s access to sex education is at risk. Here’s what’s at stake for sex education in America in 2016. Continue Reading

Tags: Sex Ed, Election 2016


Roe v. Wade at Risk: Abortion Became Legal in 1973, But Could Become Out-of-Reach in 2016

Category: Abortion

On the 43rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, we are reminded of what life was like for women before safe and legal abortion — and what could again become a reality for many women across the country. Continue Reading

Tags: Cecile Richards, Texas, TRAP, HB 2, Hillary Clinton, Roe v. Wade, Supreme Court


Q&A with 2 ‘ACA Assisters’: The Unsung Heroes Behind Obamacare’s Success

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In honor of the ACA Latino and African American Week of Action, join us in celebrating all of our ACA assisters — and reading the our Q&A with two stand-outs: Diana Arellano and Christine Stallworth. Continue Reading

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Planned Parenthood Just Sued the Center for Medical Progress — the Group that Made Those Deceptive Smear Videos

Category: Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood is taking some crooks to court: the anti-abortion extremists behind the malicious, months-long video smear campaign. Continue Reading

Tags: Lawsuit, Center for Medical Progress, Fetal tissue, Videos


Our Favorite Moments from President Obama's Last State of the Union Address

Category: President Barack Obama

In President Obama's final State of the Union address last night, it was clear to see that his passion for change is still on fire even after eight years. Here's what those of us in the movement for reproductive health and rights had to say about our favorite moments of the night. Continue Reading

Tags: Obamacare, Congress, Medicaid, Economy, Equal Pay, State of the Union, Election 2016


Video: Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Cecile Richards Announces Endorsement of Hillary Clinton for President

Category: Elections

On Jan. 10, Planned Parenthood Action Fund announced its historic endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president of the United States — the first time PPAF has ever endorsed in a presidential primary. Watch the speech! Continue Reading

Tags: Cecile Richards, Hillary Clinton, 2016 Election, Endorsement


How Do Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Compare on Women’s Health?

Category: Elections

Check out our chart to learn about both Sanders’ and Clinton’s records on some of the issues that are most important to reproductive rights advocates. Continue Reading

Tags: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Election 2016


President Obama Just Vetoed a Bill That Would Have Blocked Millions of Patients from Receiving Care at Planned Parenthood Health Centers

Category: Planned Parenthood

President Obama just took a stand for Planned Parenthood patients and millions of Americans in need of health care. Sign our thank-you note to the president. Continue Reading

Tags: Hillary Clinton, Defunding, President Barack Obama, Election 2016


What’s at Stake for Obamacare in the 2016 Election?

Category: Obamacare, Elections

We’re at a crossroads in America: We’re either going to continue to make leaps forward on health care access — or we’re going to roll backward more than 50 years. The 2016 election will decide which way we go as a nation. Continue Reading

Tags: Obamacare, Election 2016

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