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Both the Senate and Assembly will today hold hearings on multiple bills that are not based in the reality of providing health care. These bills are being brought forward solely to spread misinformation about abortion and distract from the popular health care proposals in Governor Tony Evers’ budget.
Today, women’s health advocates and legislators joined together to voice support for Gov. Evers’ Healthy Women, Healthy Babies state budget initiative. This proposal takes a comprehensive approach to women’s health by not only restoring Planned Parenthood’s eligibility for state-controlled family planning funds, but also aims to support healthy pregnancies and births and eliminate racial disparities in maternal and infant health outcomes.
Today, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin (PPAWI) announced its endorsement of Judge Lisa Neubauer for Wisconsin Supreme Court and Attorney Danielle Shelton for Milwaukee County Circuit Court.
Lawsuit Challenges Trump Administration Efforts to Block Care at Planned Parenthood & Dismantle Title X
On Tuesday, Governor Tony Evers, along with other new members of the Democratic Governors Association, vowed to fight against politically motivated attacks on Title X, the nation’s family planning program.
The Trump-Pence administration today announced its latest attack on health care access by releasing a Title X gag rule. This rule is overwhelmingly opposed by the medical community and would ban health care providers receiving Title X family planning funds from providing patients with all options pregnancy counseling or referrals for abortion care.
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin Applauds “Healthy Women, Healthy Babies” Initiatives in State Budget
Governor Tony Evers announced today his state budget will invest in women’s health by prioritizing access to preventive reproductive health care, programs that facilitate healthy pregnancies and births and eliminating racial disparities in maternal and infant health outcomes.
The federal lawsuit challenges several provisions of Wisconsin law that do not enhance the health and safety of patients. Rather, these laws serve only to make abortion more difficult to access. PPWI is challenging three restrictions...
Gov. Scott Walker signed several lame-duck bills on Friday, ending his tenure of governor much like it began – by placing politics ahead of the Wisconsin people.