The administration’s rules allow employers, universities and insurers to deny women access to comprehensive reproductive health care coverage by citing religious or moral objections.
How appropriate that these scary new rules went into effect on Friday the 13th!
“These new rules are, by definition, a discriminatory attack on women.”
This week, the Trump administration lashed out at a Black woman journalist, spread falsehoods about voting rights, nominated more men but no women as U.S. attorneys, met with anti-choice lobbyists and filed papers to further clear up Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s record.
The War on Women is back, and in full force under the Trump administration. We refuse to go back, and we refuse to let the administration quietly dismantle the progress we’ve made. We are watching. Welcome to the War on Women Report.
The Senate’s most recent revision to its Trumpcare bill still slashes Medicaid, and its impacts on women’s health are even more egregious.
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’s contraceptive coverage mandate, and a majority don’t want Medicaid cut or the Senate’s repeal bill passed.
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.
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.