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.

Seven Ways the Senate Healthcare Bill Hurts Women

Trumpcare will leave millions uninsured—and furthers the Trump administration’s war on women’s health.

Zeroing in on Trumpcare’s Impact on Reproductive Rights

Eleanor Smeal spoke with Women’s eNews Live about Trumpcare and the disproportionate impact it will have on women’s lives.

Donald Trump’s HIV/AIDS Advisory Council Members Resigned Because of His Policies

“We hope the members of Congress who have the power to affect healthcare reform will engage with us and other advocates in a way that the Trump Administration apparently will not.”

Calling on Congress to Support Black Women’s Maternal Health

Last week, advocates urged lawmakers at a Congressional briefing to confront the high rate of maternal mortality among black women and develop policies to ensure and safeguard their health and dignity.

The State Department Can Not Go Back to “White, Male, and Yale”

Rangel Fellows are overwhelmingly women and people of color. This week, the State Department severed ties with them.

7 Reasons Feminists Should Resist John Bush’s Appointment to a Federal Bench

Bush has proven himself to be a dangerous nominee.

Trump Administration Corrects Equal Opportunity Employment Policy to Encompass LGBTQ Community

The Department of Commerce excluded sexual orientation and gender identity in its most recent Equal Opportunity Employment policy statement, provoking pushback from LGBT rights groups.

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