Abortion coverage bans on public and private insurance: Access to abortion care limited for millions of women
By Emily Crockett Since we’re apparently doomed to repeat 2016 until the heat death of the universe, Democrats are fighting again about Bernie Sanders and women’s rights. Sanders, along with Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez, took some heat last week for making a stop on the DNC’s “unity tour” to support Heath Mello – […]
By Atima Omara Religious imposition laws are designed to shield private individuals and businesses from complying with nondiscrimination laws based on a religious objection to that service. Read more.
[Opinion] The reversal of a rule that protected funding for reproductive health agencies will imperil women’s health, rather than help preserve it by La’Tasha D. Mayes Late last week, President Trump reversed an Obama-era regulation that prohibited states from withholding Title X family planning funds from reproductive health care providers, like Planned Parenthood, that perform […]
By Christine Grimaldi LGBTQ people and those with low incomes, especially women of color, rely on Obamacare’s birth control benefit and other preventive services, but advocates say the Trump administration is targeting their ability to access health care, even if Republicans can’t repeal the law entirely. Read more.
Deep South abortion provider on why he “decided to exercise Christian compassion not by proxy, but with my own capable hands” Those who believe in widespread access to abortion and contraception have for far too long ceded the moral high ground to anti-choicers, argues Deep South abortion provider Dr. Willie Parker in his new memoir, […]