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Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund PAC Endorses Craig Hickman
in State Senate Special Election

Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund PAC is endorsing the Honorable Craig Hickman of Winthrop in the Senate District 14 special election. 

“As a warrior for freedom and justice, Craig Hickman understands the importance of protecting our health and rights,” said Nicole Clegg, spokesperson for the Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund PAC. “He has spent the past eight years championing justice and dignity for all people as a State Representative and he will continue to be a strong voice in the State Senate for affordable, high-quality reproductive health care for Mainers.”

Feb. 24, 2021 • Maine

Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund PAC Announces 2020 Incumbent Legislative Endorsements

62 legislators seeking reelection have 100% voting records on sexual, reproductive health

Aug. 11, 2020 • Maine

Planned Parenthood Action Fund digital ad campaign highlights Collins' role jeopardizing Roe v Wade

The launch of the ad campaign coincides with oral arguments before the Supreme Court in June Medical Services v. Russo

March 4, 2020 • Maine

Reproductive Health Advocacy Groups, Providers Mark 47th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade decision

New Maine laws protecting and expanding access to abortion care are already having a meaningful impact statewide, amid unprecedented threats to safe, legal abortion in other states and across the country.

Jan. 17, 2020 • Maine

Planned Parenthood To Host World Premiere of Stigma

Documentary short features five Maine women talking about their experiences with abortion

Jan. 14, 2020 • Maine

Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund Statement on Congressional Budget Deal

While Congresswoman Chellie Pingree and Congressman Jared Golden advocated for and voted to protect Title X, it’s disappointing that the Republican-led Senate refused to include the same protections for the millions of Americans, including more than 22,000 Mainers, who count on Title X for critical health care.

Dec. 17, 2019 • Maine