The Senate’s Trumpcare Bill Just Got Worse for Women

The Senate’s most recent revision to its Trumpcare bill still slashes Medicaid, and its impacts on women’s health are even more egregious.

Uncovering the Story Left Out of Our Healthcare Discourse

A new study points to an absence of resources, the accumulation of excess wealth, intergenerational trauma and violence against women as factors contributing to women of color experiencing “far worse health and economic outcomes than their white counterparts.”

A Majority of Americans Support the Affordable Care Act—And Its Benefits for Women’s Health

A majority of Americans support the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive coverage mandate, and a majority don’t want Medicaid cut or the Senate’s repeal bill passed.

The U.S. Rejected a UN Resolution on Violence Against Women—Because Abortion

A representative from the U.S. announced to the UN that “we do not recognize abortion as a method of family planning, nor do we support abortion in our reproductive health assistance.”

Kenya’s Education Act Now Provides Girls in School With Free Sanitary Pads

Kenyan girls miss 3.5 million days of school per month due to their periods.

Nevadans Are Fighting Trumpcare

Nevadans are rising up to demand that their lawmakers reject attempts to kick millions of Americans out of the health care system and slash funding for Medicaid.

The People’s Filibuster: Inside the Fight Against Trumpcare

Although a delayed vote on the Senate healthcare bill is a small victory for its opponents, activists haven’t let up on their fight for quality, affordable healthcare for all.

Elizabeth Warren Slams Republicans for Attacking Women’s Health Care

Thank you, Senator Warren, for setting the record straight—and hearing the rallying cries of millions of women who will not stop fighting for their lives.

Feminist Leaders Come Together to #StopTrumpcare

Leaders from Feminist Majority, National Women’s Law Center, In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda, National Organization for Women and the Women’s March on Washington came together today to discuss the dangers posed to women by Trumpcare—and to devise a plan to stop it.

Chelsea Clinton and Cecile Richards Urged Women to Take Action on Trumpcare

Clinton and Richards told a crowd at BlogHer that despite messages from the current administration, women’s voices do matter.

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