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Planned Parenthood Sues Trump-Pence Administration To Protect the 4 Million Patients Who Rely on Title X for Health Care

Planned Parenthood Health centers in New Hampshire care for 60 percent of Title X New Hampshire patients

May 4, 2018 • New Hampshire

House Passes Legislation to Protect and Expand Access to Contraception

SB 421, Legislation to Advance Contraceptive Coverage and Economic Security Statewide (ACCESS), Garners Strong Bipartisan Support with a 219-111 vote in the House

May 2, 2018 • New Hampshire

House Commerce Committee Legislation to Protect and Expand Contraception

SB 421, Legislation to Advance Contraceptive Coverage and Economic Security Statewide (ACCESS), Garners Bipartisan Support to Move to House Floor

April 25, 2018

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England Encourages Young People to Talk About STDs and Get Tested

Get Yourself Tested. Get Yourself Treated. Keep Yourself Healthy.

April 19, 2018 • New Hampshire

State Senate Passes Legislation to Protect and Expand Contraception

SB 421, Legislation to Advance Contraceptive Coverage and Economic Security Statewide (ACCESS), Garners Bipartisan Support to Clear the State Senate

March 30, 2018 • New Hampshire

Bipartisan Majority of the New Hampshire House Rejects Four Anti-Women’s Health Bills
 

Legislators Oppose Attempts to Make it More Difficult for Granite State Women to Access Safe, Legal Abortion Care

March 21, 2018

State Senate Commerce Committee Votes Unanimously to Endorse Bill to Protect and Expand Contraception

SB 421, Legislation to Advance Contraceptive Coverage and Economic Security Statewide (ACCESS), Proceeds to the full Senate for Vote Next Week

March 14, 2018

Lawmakers and Health Care Advocates Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Protect and Enhance Access to Contraception in New Hampshire

Advancing Contraceptive Coverage and Economic Security Statewide (ACCESS) Introduced in the New Hampshire State Senate Commerce Committee

Feb. 21, 2018