In 2019, Congresswomen Barbara Lee (D-CA), Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), and Diana DeGette (D-CO), and U.S. Senators Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), Kamala Harris (D-CA), Mazie Hirono (D-HI), and Patty Murray (D-WA), introduced the EACH Woman Act (HR 1692 and S 758). This bill ensures coverage for abortion for every woman, however much she earns or however she is insured.

For too long, politicians have interfered in our health decisions by banning insurance coverage for abortion care, and polling shows that a majority of voters agree. 

The EACH Woman Act is our vision and our message to the Trump-Pence administration: we are fighting for a future where our families can thrive, which includes making our own decisions about pregnancy and parenting.

EACH Woman Act (H.R.1692) House co-sponsors.

EACH Woman Act (S.758) Senate co-sponsors.

EACH Woman Act Supporter Organizations

The EACH Act:

  • Ensures that anyone who gets care or insurance through the federal government will be covered for all pregnancy-related care, including abortion.
  • Prohibits federal, state, and local political interference with decisions of private health insurance companies.


  • Poll: Majority of Americans support Medicaid abortion coverage (2021)

    March 30, 2021
    A national poll conducted in March 2021 by Ipsos shows that 54% of Americans support Medicaid insurance covering abortion.  When provided more information, support increases to 56%, and nearly three in five Americans (58%) agree that all health insurance, both private and government-funded, should cover reproductive health care, including abortion.
  • EACH Act Fact Sheet

    March 25, 2021
    Groundbreaking legislation for abortion justice, the EACH Act would reverse the Hyde Amendment and related abortion coverage restrictions.
  • The Hyde Amendment: FAQ

    September 23, 2020
    How does the Hyde Amendment restrict insurance coverage of abortion care? Issued September 2020 The Hyde Amendment is a policy that bans the use of federal funds to pay for abortion care except when a pregnancy endangers the life of the pregnant person, or when it results from rape or incest.1 Since 1976 Congress has … Continued
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