They’re anti-women's health, they want to sabotage your access to birth control – and they’re planted in key positions across the Department of Health and Human Services.
The Trump administration’s attack on birth control coverage — which jeopardizes more than 62 million women’s access to contraception — was no fluke. Since January, women have been in the crosshairs of virtually every major health policy decision at the federal level. But why?
Take a look at the officials selected to serve at the highest echelons of Trump’s executive team. From the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to the White House, Trump has assembled a collection of hardline extremists: people guided by dogma, rather than facts, when they make decisions about sexual and reproductive health.
Meet the key people leading President Trump’s onslaught against women’s health — and learn about the extreme views they’re attempting to transform into federal policy.