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We Won't Let Trump Take Away Your Birth Control Coverage

You might not have even known your access to birth control was under attack. 

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38 states - Restricted

State by State - Abortion Access

One in four women will have an abortion. But Trump’s new rule could put insurance coverage out of reach for millions.


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"Trigger Laws" ban abortion on the books in case 'Roe vs Wade' is overturned.

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Mission Statement

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To advocate public policies which guarantee comphrehensive reproductive health care

Explore Key Players

Mike Pence

Mike Pence

Vice President

Birth Control, Abortion Access, Civil Rights

Pence has spent his career leading efforts to restrict reproductive rights, first as a member of Congress and later as governor of Indiana


Donald Trump


Donald Trump has a long history of disrespecting women, immigrants, people of color, people with low incomes, LGBTQ people, and more.



Alex Azar


Secretary of Health and Human Services

Azar previously served as deputy secretary of HHS under President George W. Bush before leaving the administration to work for big pharma. He’s an outspoken opponent of the Affordable Care Act and many other health care programs he’s tasked with leading.