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Every day, we work with our legislative allies, partner groups, and community members to defend reproductive rights for all. We will always continue to fight for that - no matter what.

Abortion Access.

Access to abortion is legal, constitutionally protected, and supported by nearly 80 percent of Americans. In Ohio, abortion is still legal up to 21 weeks and six days. In the last year, we saw an unprecedented number of attacks on reproductive health care, and we do not expect 2020 to be any easier.

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Attacks on Planned Parenthood.

For years, politicians have attempted to "defund" Planned Parenthood, which really means blocking patients who depend on public health care funding from getting their care at Planned Parenthood health centers.

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Birth Control.

Everyone deserves access to affordable preventive reproductive care, including birth control. The Trump-Pence administration has attempted to make this basic right more difficult to access through anti-birth control rules and regulations.

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Health Care Equity.

The unrelenting and unprecedented wave of attacks on reproductive health and rights has a devastating effect on the lives of people seeking health care. That’s why Planned Parenthood advocacy and political organizations fight to protect reproductive health care for everyone.

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Sex Education.

Ohio is the only state that does not have a set of health education standards. We believe that sexual health education, when done right, can transform people’s lives and society at large.

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Voting Rights.

To live in a true democracy where all voices are heard and represented, we must secure voting rights for everyone — no matter what. These days, it's more important than ever to know your voting rights.

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