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What were you thinking, Sen. Hurtado?

At Capitol Week with CA legislators, we had to ask Sen. Melissa Hurtado why she refused to hold a hearing on a bill that would provide much-needed financial assistance for pregnant and post-partum Californians who have very low incomes.

May 3, 2021

Yes on AB 32 - Op/Ed in the San Jose Mercury News

COVID proves value of permanently funding telehealth services. "All telehealth services must be equally funded as a matter of justice. We urge health care policy makers to listen to patients and health care providers– and do no harm."

April 28, 2021

Health and Human Services (HHS) Expands Continuity Maternity Care for Medicaid Patients

The change promotes healthier pregnancy outcomes and improved maternal mortality rates.

April 15, 2021

 Yes on SB 245! The Abortion Accessibility Act

For people with low incomes seeking abortion services, expensive co-payments or sky-high deductibles create huge health care inequities that make it impossible for them to get the care they need.

April 5, 2021

Yes on AB 32! Telehealth breaks down barriers.

Telehealth breaks down barriers like navigating work, childcare, and transportation. Patients at community health centers, like Planned Parenthood, should have the same access to telehealth as everyone else.

March 24, 2021