LD 37 spearheaded by Planned Parenthood student activists at USM to allow the sale of nonprescription drugs in vending machines
Maine will have six new laws protecting and expanding access to reproductive and sexual health care including removing barriers to abortion care
LD 820 is the second bill protecting & expanding abortion access in Maine this year
Sponsored by Speaker Sara Gideon, LD 1261 will take effect 90 days after legislative adjournment
In a significant step for reproductive rights in Maine, the state Senate today voted 19-16 to end Maine’s outdated law banning qualified and trained nurse practitioners and other advanced practice clinicians (APCs) from providing abortion care.
LD 1261 Will Allow Nurse Practitioners and Other Qualified Advanced Practice Clinicians to Provide Abortion Care
Maine’s leading reproductive health and rights groups voiced their support for a Governor’s bill that would end Maine’s outdated law preventing qualified and trained nurse practitioners and other advanced practice clinicians (APCs) from providing abortion services.
Maine’s leading reproductive health and rights groups voiced their support for a bill that would ensure coverage of abortion care under public and private insurance if the plan covers prenatal care.