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Planned Parenthood Votes! Rhode Island

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

Our 2024 Legislative Priorities

We are committed to working to protect and expand access to essential reproductive health care in 2024. Our state remains at the forefront of the fight for reproductive freedom and rights and the current session promises to be another pivotal moment in shaping a more equitable future for all Rhode Islanders.

Abortion Rights Win!

Last year's passage of the Equality in Abortion Coverage Act (EACA) was a huge victory for reproductive freedom.

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It's time to get loud — share your experience to tell elected officials why reproductive rights are so important.

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Join us on Zoom on Thursday, April 18 to get updates about our legislative priorities for the 2024 legislation session!

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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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100 Voices for Planned Parenthood

Bold leadership is integral to our legacy. You can help continue that legacy by joining 100 Voices for Planned Parenthood, a bold group of philanthropic leaders dedicated to reproductive rights and freedom.

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Testimony Guide: The Health Care Provider Shield Bill Committee Hearings

This week the Health Care Provider Shield Bill (SB2262/HB7577) is going into hearings for both the House and Senate. We ask you to raise your voice and let our legislators know you support this bill. Below, we have templates to get you started. 

March 3, 2024

Protecting Our Providers: Rhode Island's Health Care Provider Shield Bill

In a time when states across the country are restricting access to essential care, Rhode Island is taking a stand against the intrusion of politics into personal health care decisions with the Health Care Provider Shield Bill. Learn more about this bill safeguarding Rhode Island's health care system, protecting health care providers, and ensuring access to essential care for all.

Feb. 21, 2024

The Latest Attack on Abortion Care: the Mifepristone Abortion Pill

Anti-abortion activists sued the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in federal court over the FDA’s approval of mifepristone, one of two medications most commonly used in a medication abortion. The Supreme Court’s decision to take up the Department of Justice and FDA’s petitions means mifepristone will remain on the market and accessible in states where abortion is legal for now.  The Court should reject this politically motivated effort to interfere with the FDA’s approval process, which would put back in place medically unnecessary requirements for providing abortion.

Dec. 14, 2023

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