The Trump Administration Just Abruptly Cut Funding for Teen Pregnancy Prevention

The Trump Administration this week discretely cut over $200 million in funding for over 80 institutions around the country that have been working to find scientific data to help lower teen pregnancy rates.

Q&A: Menstrual Equity Champion Jennifer Weiss-Wolf on Fighting for the Reproductive Health of Incarcerated Women

Ms. spoke with Weiss-Wolf about the recently-introduced Dignity for Incarcerated Women Act and how it could change the lives of women in prison.

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.

AG Jeff Sessions Spoke Tonight on Behalf of an Anti-Gay Hate Group

Sessions’ speech will be closed to the press.

Waiting for the Boom

As record numbers of women pursue the idea of running for elected office, reports examining gender representation across levels of political life show how urgent their inclusion in public life truly is.

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 White House Wage Gap Has Skyrocketed Under Trump

There is a 37 percent difference between the median earnings of male and female White House staffers—a gap larger even than the despairing national average.

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.

Want Something Done? Elect a Woman.

If the voting public is frustrated with the ineffectiveness of Congress, electing women and giving them the political power they need to get things done is a two-pronged approach to changing the game.

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.

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