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Legislative Recap: Second Session of the 131st Maine Legislature 

LD 227

LD 227 will safeguard Maine clinicians from government overreach stemming from states that have banned reproductive care or care for transgender people.

LD 780

Constitutional amendment to protect reproductive autonomy in Maine

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LD 1478: Fund family planning

This bill would fund family planning services essential to the wellbeing of Mainers and under constant attacks by extremists. Maine family planning providers are often the first and only health care provider a patient may see in a year due to lack of insurance or low income. Maine family planning providers are committed to seeing all patients regardless of their ability to pay and are an integral part of the state’s safety net.  Across the health care industry, the cost to deliver care has risen dramatically. But unlike other health care providers, we must also devote time and resources to fighting political battles. This bill would keep our doors open.

Tell your legislators that family planning matters!

LD 2203: Over-the-counter birth control

This bill will require insurance coverage of over-the-counter hormonal birth control, has advanced in both chambers! We are optimistic this bill will pass soon, which will mean more Mainers will have access to this method of contraception through insurance coverage. 

Stay up to date on the latest legislative actions on LD 780!  

Follow us on social media for the most recent news and statements on this and other reproductive rights priority bills this session! We’re at @ppmeaf on Facebook, Instagram and X! 

Wear your support for abortion rights!

Shine a beacon of light on abortion rights wherever you go with this Maine-themed sweatshirt! Your purchase will benefit Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund and help us keep fighting to protect and expand access to abortion and related care in Maine!

See How They Voted: State Legislative Scorecard

Did your State Representative and State Senator vote to protect abortion rights and expand sexual and reproductive health care access?

Congrats to the state legislators who earned a 100% voting score for reproductive rights this session!

What we're fighting for

Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund is committed to creating a future in which everyone has access to health care and sex education, regardless of location, income, immigration status, race, gender or sexual identity.

Check out our legislative priorities and see how you can make a difference.


Seventy-three state representatives and 20 state senators listened to patient advocates, doctors and the people of Maine by voting for LD 1619, An Act to Improve Maine’s Reproductive Privacy Laws! 

Thank your lawmaker for voting to enact LD 1619!

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