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Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah 

Planned Parenthood Action Council (PPAC) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization formed as the advocacy and political arm of Planned Parenthood Association of Utah. PPAC engages in educational and electoral activity including legislative advocacy, voter education, and grassroots organizing to promote reproductive freedom.

The 2024 Legislative Session ended on March 1

PPAC's public affairs team was on Capitol Hill almost every day during the session, lobbying on bills, speaking to legislators, and organizing coalitions. Find out which bills we tracked -- and if they passed or failed -- at our tracking page linked below. 

Latest abortion ban blocked in court

On May 2, 2023, a Utah court blocked the implementation of HB 467— a new law that would have functionally eliminated access to abortion in the state. As a result, abortion is legal and available in Utah up to 18 weeks. Click on the LEARN MORE button to read about our latest legal victory to protect abortion access in Utah.


Planned Parenthood's doors remain open.

Planned Parenthood's eight health centers are still providing a full range of sexual and reproductive health care--including abortions up to 18 weeks. Abortion services remain legal and available in Utah. We will keep fighting to keep abortion legal for all Utahns!


Share your story

Your story can make a difference. Whether it's affordable birth control or the right to safe and legal abortion, we want to hear why these services matter to you. Click on SHARE YOUR STORY to tell us more.


Introducing Our Merch Store!

Show your support for Planned Parenthood by wearing it in public. Click on the "BUY HERE" button to access our online merchandise store.


Get Your Say Abortion Zine

Hot off the presses... the Say Abortion: Stories From Utahns Who’ve Had Abortions zine is available to read and share. Thank you to all of the storytellers who participated in the zine.

The Say Abortion: Stories From Utahns Who’ve Had Abortions zine was compiled by Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah and designed by @a.liiiine

Need Health Care?

Planned Parenthood Association of Utah has 8 health centers across the state offering compassionate and affordable sexual and reproductive health care. With or without insurance. 

Join the Birds and the Beehive

We all know the Birds and the Bees. But we tend to do things a bit differently here in Utah.
So we’ve created a homegrown movement just for us—it’s called The Birds and The Beehive.

Sign up as an Ambassador to stay in the know about reproductive freedom in Utah! You'll be the first to get calls to action and event information. 

Get Involved

We can't do this without you. Help us in our mission to protect access to reproductive health and rights by finding an event, becoming a volunteer, donating, or joining our Ambassador program. 


We love our community! Click here to learn more about upcoming and past events! 


Know this: our right to abortion is not debatable. 

We will rebuild the freedom that is ours.  Get involved in the movement. 

I support abortion access

Where is Abortion Legal?

Now That Roe v. Wade Has Been Overturned Where is Abortion Legal?

Show your Support on Social Media

Use your platforms and your voice to say yes to abortion access – and to say no to abortion bans. We have created social media posts for you to share your support #BansOffOurBeehive

Planned Parenthood Association of Utah v. State of Utah

On June 25, 2022, Planned Parenthood Association of Utah (PPAU) filed a lawsuit challenging the state of Utah's abortion ban. 

The case challenges S.B. 174, a law that bans and criminalizes almost all abortions in Utah with only three narrow exceptions. S.B. 174, originally passed in 2020, went into effect on June 24, 2022, after SCOTUS reversed Roe v. Wade. The case argues the law violates several rights guaranteed by the Utah Constitution. PPAU is represented by attorneys from  Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), Zimmerman Booher, and the ACLU of Utah.

On Monday, June 27, a Utah court judge granted a temporary restraining order, allowing abortion services to resume in Utah. On Monday, July 11, the judge granted a preliminary injunction which means abortion services will remain available while the litigation over the ban in Utah state court proceeds

Take Action Now 

Utah: our right to abortion is not debatable. Together we will rebuild and reclaim the freedom that is ours. 

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