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Just In: Unlocking Abortion Coverage in the Keystone State

The Women’s Law Project, in collaboration with the National Health Law Program, just published Unlocking Abortion Coverage in the Keystone State, an initiative of the Reproductive Health Data and Accountability Project. 171 more words


It Passed! Philadelphia Is 11th City To Call to Repeal Hyde

It passed!

This afternoon, after hearing testimony from citizens and advocates in support of Resolution No. 160828, City Council passed the resolution, making Philadelphia the 11th city to officially call on Congress to end the Hyde Amendment. 219 more words

Women's Law Project

Philadelphia City Council Resolution Calls to Repeal Hyde Amendment

Update 9/29: The resolution passed! Philadelphia just officially became the 11th city to pass a resolution calling for an end to the Hyde Amendment.

Abortion was not always banned from Medicaid coverage. 458 more words

Abortion Access


I started my art project after working at an abortion fund, where I learned firsthand how abortion restrictions like the Hyde Amendment, which blocks people from using Medicaid to pay for abortions, can impact people. 328 more words

Affordable Care Act

Momma wants to know: Chickenpox vaccine and abortion?

Life issues in the news

Heard from a caring momma who’s a Cradle My Heart Radio listener, looking for help on the ethics of the chickenpox vaccine. 518 more words

Kim Ketola

Mike Pence's health policy record is a mixed bag


Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is in the spotlight this week as the man Donald Trump has picked to be his running mate. Pence’s decisions about health and health care in Indiana have drawn attention from within and outside the state. 34 more words

Shouting Fire in a Crowded Theater~by KY Born

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for redress of grievances”.- 843 more words