The Health and Human Services Secretary says Republicans want to roll back women’s health by 50 years.
The Health Secretary discusses four ways health care reform really did help women.
HHS has 18 months to decide whether to require insurers to provide oral contraceptives, IUDs, and other prescription birth control with no co-pay. The far right is already organizing against this.
Last week, the Obama administration resurrected the Stupak amendment in the high-risk pools. For 3 1/2 years, women in these pools will not be able to buy a comprehensive policy that covers abortion even though they will be contributing large amounts of their own money to the premium.
State Senator Tom Holland, a pro-choice Democrat, may be at a disadvantage in the Kansas gubernatorial race today, but he is a good campaigner and may still be the best hope of Kansas women.
The recent trend of refusing Communion to pro-choice politicians is a prime example of how flawed leadership is weakening the Catholic Church.
This post originally appeared on The Huffington Post. As the political leader of the pro-choice movement, NARAL Pro-Choice America mark’s President Obama’s 100 day milestone as yet another reminder of how electing leaders who support the fundamental American values of freedom and privacy does make a difference in the lives of women and their families.
NARAL Pro-Choice America staffer Molly wrote a quick post on the confirmation of Kathleen Sebelius and our Three-for-Three campaign and I wanted to share it with you… One down, two to go!
In the Sebelius nomination fight, Americans can see the far-right and their manipulative abortion politics for what they really are — distractions.
In her reader diary, Nancy Keenan writes: The media is abuzz with stories of GOP obstructionism of some of Obama’s nominees. NARAL Pro-Choice America is taking action to keep the pressure on.