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By Miriam Zola Perez On Saturday (September 30), the March for Racial Justice (M4RJ) will wind its way through Washington, D.C. Per the event website, the march was planned by Black and Indigenous leaders “to create a just and equitable future for communities of color and others harmed by White supremacy, so that we may all thrive together.” Organizers […]
- Associated Press
EACH WOMAN ACT: El Proyecto de Ley de Acceso a la Cobertura de Aborto Para Cada Mujer en Seguros de Salud (EACH Woman Act por su nombre en inglés) TEMAS DE DISCUSIÓN [Título] EACH Woman Act asegura que toda mujer pueda ejercer su derecho a planificar su propia familia. [VISIÓN] Cuando se trata de las […]
- Huffington Post
By Laura Bassett WASHINGTON― The latest version of Senate Republicans’ health care legislation would allow states to decide whether employers and insurance companies have to cover birth control, effectively reversing the Obama-era rule that guaranteed 55 million women contraceptive coverage at no out-of-pocket cost. Republicans amended the original Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill to loosen the […]
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By Rebecca Grant In September 1977, a 27-year-old woman named Rosie Jimenez died from an illegal abortion in McAllen, Texas. Her insurance, Medicaid, no longer reimbursed abortions and she didn’t have the money to pay for a legal the procedure out of pocket. Bereft of options, the student and single mother visited a local midwife who performed […]