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What I Want to Know Is: Where Are the Women?

What I want to know is, where are the women? I look at this panel, and I don’t see one single individual representing the tens of millions of women across the country who want and need insurance coverage for basic preventive health care services, including family planning.

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Why the U.S. Should Address Obstetric Fistula and How

Pregnancy shouldn’t leave a woman with a disability and ostracized from her community.  And Congress should ensure investments for the more than two million women worldwide that have obstetric fistula.

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Battling the Birth Control Price Hike

The Deficit Reduction Act made it costly for pharmaceutical companies to offer deep discounts on birth control to college health centers, but DHHS Secretary Mike Leavitt could easily close this loophole.

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Access to Birth Control Under Attack

Congresswoman Maloney introduced the Access to Birth Control (ABC) Act Wednesday in order to ensure that any woman who wants birth control is able to get it in a timely and convenient manner.

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Repairing Young Women’s Lives

Obstetric Fistula has been eradicated from the United States, but this pregnancy-related injury still ruins the lives of girls and women in poor countries around the world.

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