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Planned Parenthood Votes! Connecticut

Planned Parenthood Votes! Connecticut fights for reproductive rights and works to expand access to sexual and reproductive health care for all people. 

Our 2024 Legislative Priorities

Explore what's on our agenda this year

Across the country, we continue to see the harmful impact of states doubling down on abortion and gender-affirming care bans. Here in Connecticut, our legislative champions and the Lamont administration have been aggressive in protecting our health and rights and they aren’t backing down. Coming off another successful legislative session in 2023 we are gearing up for the 2024 session energized to continue the work to protect and expand access to essential sexual and reproductive health care.

Our 2023 Wins

Take a look into all that we accomplished in the 2023 Legislative Session. 

Monthly Virtual Volunteer Night

Join us on Zoom on Thursday, March 14, to get updates about our legislative priorities for the 2024 legislative session! 

Host a House Party

Gather your friends and your network to start talking about abortion access — and plan ways to take action.

Become a Leader.

Get your leadership on! Planned Parenthood Generation Action is an opportunity for young organizers to lead the movement for reproductive freedom on their campuses and in their communities. Apply online.

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Support our work to protect + expand reproductive health and rights.

Take Action.

Get involved with our legislative and campaign work.

100 Voices for Planned Parenthood

Join our group of bold philanthropic leaders who share a fierce and unapologetic passion for the reproductive health and access issues we champion.

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Stay up-to-date with the latest news and information from Planned Parenthood Votes! Connecticut, and learn more about how you can get involved and help secure reproductive freedom for all in Connecticut.

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The Fight to Protect Access to Mifepristone

In early February, dozens of Connecticut’s elected leaders joined with their colleagues across the country to sound the alarm on the nationwide threat to abortion access posed by an unprecedented lawsuit challenging FDA-approved access to Mifepristone. 

April 5, 2024

Protecting Connecticut Providers and Patients: House Bill 5424

In the ongoing battle to protect reproductive rights and ensure access to essential health care services, House Bill 5424 has become a critical next step for Connecticut. This bill aims to protect providers working at institutions with refusal policies from facing adverse consequences such as dismissal, suspension, or penalties for offering counseling or referrals related to reproductive health services, including contraception, abortion, and gender-affirming care.

April 5, 2024

Alabama Supreme Court Ruling on IVF: The Fight Continues in Connecticut

In a recent ruling, the Alabama Supreme Court dealt a severe blow to reproductive rights by equating cryopreserved embryos with children. This decision has far-reaching implications, threatening not only our bodily autonomy but also our freedom to make deeply personal decisions about our lives and families.

April 5, 2024

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