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Welcome to “The Quickie” — Planned Parenthood Action Fund’s daily tipsheet on the top health care & reproductive rights stories of the day. You can read “The Quickie'' online here.

In today’s Quickie: Learn more about Comstock and Sec. Becerra kicks off reproductive health for all tour.

LEARN MORE ABOUT ANTHONY COMSTOCK AND WHY YOU NEED TO KNOW HIS DANGEROUS LEGACY: Heard the name Anthony Comstock floating around? Learn more about why this man from the 1800s and his fans are current threats to abortion access — despite the fact that court rulings, Congress, and the U.S. Department of Justice have all been clear that the Comstock Act doesn’t apply to lawful abortions.


Read more on Planned Parenthood Action Fund’s website here.


HHS SEC. BECERRA KICKS OFF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH FOR ALL TOUR: Today, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra kicks off a national tour to bring awareness to the Biden-Harris Administration’s efforts to protect access to sexual and reproductive health care amid ongoing attacks on access to care including abortion care, IVF, and contraception. Sec. Becerra will begin the tour in D.C. and travel to Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, California, New Mexico, and Idaho, to meet with medical professionals, advocates, patients, and elected officials. 

Read more in the New York Times here. 

Learn more about the Biden-Harris administration’s record on protecting reproductive freedom here.


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