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Contraceptive Coverage: Essential Care for Women of Color

Women of color experience much higher unintended pregnancy rates than their white counterparts. As a group they also suffer higher rates of chronic diseases, including pregnancy-related conditions, which can be prevented with consistent use of contraceptives. The new regulation guaranteeing access to contraception without a co-pay will help greatly with these and other health issues.

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I’m a Catholic Latina and I’m on the Pill

I’m a Catholic Latina who is pro-choice.  I fall into that 96 percent of Latinas who approve of family planning and the 85 percent of Latinas who support taking the birth control pill.

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Arizona’s Immigration Law: Latinas Take Their Case to Congress

Policymakers may think harsh immigration laws go after criminals, but they are actually targeting hardworking, honest, good people in our communities who enrich our way of life and our culture as Americans.

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