More devastating news out of Texas last night. The Fifth Circuit Court has ruled to close all but 7 of the state’s abortion clinics – leaving the 5.4 million women of reproductive age that live in the state with very few options.
States have been passing new abortion restrictions at a record number. So what happens when a woman in a domestic violence situation is unable to get the care she needs? A new study from ANSIRH tells us: http://bit.ly/1sLlUs7
A world filled with birth control would be amazing, but right now millions of women (220 million to be exact) who want birth control aren’t getting it: bit.ly/Zg3nXH
Survivors of sexual assault have enough things to contend with - preventing an unintended pregnancy shouldn’t have to be one of them. Thanks to Senator Patty Murray who recently introduced a bill to make sure that emergency room staff provide education to survivors about emergency contraception and make it available to them.