On the Anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Advocates Grapple With Abortion Restrictions

January 22, 2020

By Abigail Abrams “Roe has not been a reality for people struggling to make ends meet for decades because of Hyde,” says Destiny Lopez, co-director of All Above All, a coalition of reproductive rights advocates…

47 Years After “Roe v. Wade,” Theoretical Abortion Rights Are Not Enough

January 22, 2020

As we mark the 47th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision that legalized abortion in the United States, we need only look to a recent sneak attack by the Trump administration as a reminder…

The battle over abortion rights: Here’s what’s at stake in 2020

January 6, 2020

Changes at the state and federal level made 2019 a volatile year for abortion access. But for activists, the fight is just heating up. Reproductive rights experts anticipate the abortion landscape to change even more…

When We Talk About Medicare, We Need to Talk About the Hyde Amendment

December 5, 2019
Ms Magazine

Medicare for All has been a fiercely debated topic throughout the Democratic debates—but little attention has been given to the current harmful Medicare restrictions on abortion access. Restrictions on abortion are pushing care out of reach for many,…

How Abortion Funds Showed America That ‘Roe’ Is Not Enough

December 3, 2019
The Nation

Nilofar Ganjaie often has to ask people what belongings they can sell to help pay for their abortions. Her organization, the Northwest Abortion Access Fund (NWAAF), helps people in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska who are struggling…

Advocates are Crossing the Country on the Bold AF National Road Trip for Abortion Coverage

November 11, 2019
Ms Magazine

Abortion rights advocates are hitting the road to raise awareness about the impact of the Hyde Amendment on people struggling financially and highlight the growing support among elected officials and the public to lift this policy.…

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