WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, bold U.S. House legislators—led by U.S. Representatives Barbara Lee, Diana DeGette, Ayanna Pressley, and Jan Schakowsky—introduced the EACH Act, which ends the Hyde Amendment and guarantees insurance coverage for abortion. This is the first federal bill filed this Congress to ensure more equitable access to abortion care and comes as a … Continued
All* Above All and All* Above All Action Fund steering committees announced that Morgan Hopkins will be the new President of the organizations, beginning on Monday, October 24.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, bold legislators led by women of color in Congress introduced the EACH Act, which guarantees insurance coverage for abortion wherever people live and however much they earn. The bill comes as a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of All* Above All found that nearly six in ten Americans support public … Continued
According to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of All* Above All, nearly six in ten Americans support public and private insurance coverage for abortion. Nearly six in ten Americans believe that health insurance should cover abortion, whether it is public or private insurance. Nationally, 58% of the public favors coverage of abortion care, … Continued
After seven years of trailblazing work to restore insurance coverage of abortion, All* Above All is expanding its scope. It will apply its innovative organizing strategies to more issues and call for policy solutions for abortion care that incorporate economic, racial, and immigrant justice.
The 44th anniversary of the Hyde Amendment comes amid a national uprising for racial justice, allegations of forced sterilization of immigrant women, as well as a global pandemic that has caused hundreds of thousands of deaths.
Today, 44 reproductive health, rights, and justice organizations released the following statement in response to the Labor Health and Human Services Appropriations bill that includes the Hyde Amendment.
New polling shows that a significant majority of the American electorate supports Medicaid coverage of abortion services; support in battleground congressional districts is even stronger This memo summarizes key findings from an online survey among 1,413 registered voters nationwide and 407 registered voters from 44 battleground congressional districts in 24 states.1 The nationwide sample includes … Continued
Forty three years after Congress first passed the Hyde Amendment, which bans Medicaid health insurance from covering abortion, new polling released today from Hart Research Associates shows that two-thirds (62%) of voters nationally believe the program should cover abortion.
A new national poll found a majority of young adults believe abortion services should be covered by most health care plans, a finding that contrasts current coverage bans at the national and state level. Read more.