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All* Above All Campaign Members Respond to Sustainable Growth Rate Hyde Provision

Members of the All* Above All campaign, a coalition of over 60 organizations united to build support for lifting the bans that deny abortion coverage, responded today to anti-choice attempts to insert harmful and unnecessary abortion coverage provisions in the Sustainable Growth Rate repeal package. Jessica González-Rojas, Executive Director at the National Latina Institute for […]

Coalition Asks President for Clean Budget

It’s time to stop withholding abortion coverage. It’s that simple. Abortion funding restrictions such as the Hyde Amendment have a far-reaching impact on women. Denying abortion coverage can be devastating to those who already face significant barriers to receiving high-quality health care, including low-income women, immigrant women, young women, and women of color. Eighty-one national and […]

Opportunities for All: Why I Went to the Hill to Advocate for Abortion Coverage

- Feministing

From coast to coast, we all deserve the same opportunities. That was reason I had for coming to Washington, D.C. as a member of Momentum Alliance – a part of the BRAVE coalition for reproductive justice. I was eager to join the campaign to end the Hyde Amendment and overturn bans on abortion coverage in […]

Hyde Amendment hurts low-income women

- MinnPost

This week marks the 38th anniversary of Congress first passing the Hyde Amendment, which bars Medicaid from covering abortion care. This ban, enacted annually through the federal appropriations process, makes abortion unaffordable and often pushes it out of reach for women who are on Medicaid.


National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health recently released a report discussing the impact of Hyde on Latinas, ¡SIN SEGURO, NO MÁS! Without coverage, without safety, no more!  

Ensure Abortion Care is Covered

- Democrat and Chronicle

This month marks the 38th anniversary of the U.S. House of Representatives passing the Hyde Amendment, which bars the use of federal funds for abortion. This means that since 1976, Americans insured through federal public health insurance programs, including Medicaid and Tricare (insurance for military families), have been unable to use their benefits to access abortion care. This […]