When profit-maximizing “pharma bros” hike up the price of drugs, they are disproportionately harming women.
The thought of health insurance without coverage for contraception, mammograms and childbirth? Plainly, it makes us sick.
Young women are bringing a feminist lens to the fight for disability rights that is critical in the current political climate.
Thousands of American nuns have come together to oppose Congressional efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, demonstrating that they are an indomitable force with a popular position that demands recognition.
What’s missing from the ongoing debates about healthcare policy is how frequently women and members of other marginalized groups face systemic bias in seeking medical care and treatment.
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.
Clinton and Richards told a crowd at BlogHer that despite messages from the current administration, women’s voices do matter.
Trumpcare leaves 23 million more people uninsured and slashes $834 billion from Medicaid, rewarding the wealthy while penalizing low-income women.
No women are included among the 13 senators who make up the new working group expected to write the Senate version of the GOP health care bill.
Grassroots advocacy works. Let’s keep it up!