Health Care Reform
Women’s suffrage has been an essential factor in the advancement of women’s rights, including abortion, contraception, health care coverage, and protections against discrimination in the workplace. It is no surprise that women’s voting rights, and voting rights in general, still take center stage among feminists and civil rights activists.
What happened? What’s happening? What can we do about it?
Oral health is essential throughout a woman’s life, and particularly during pregnancy. But far too many women, especially low-income women and women of color, lack access to comprehensive and affordable dental insurance.
Trump’s rule and the deliberately confusing health care provider list would create another hoop for people seeking abortion care to jump through to exercise their constitutional right to a safe and legal abortion.
Stacks of additional paperwork will cause thousands of working people to lose coverage — by design.
The first year of the Trump presidency has brought an almost endless slew of scandals, resignations, and exposés. It often feels like we’re watching reality TV, and sometimes it seems like we no longer even expect qualified government officials to ensure that women have the health care access and autonomy they deserve.
Congress just voted themselves a windfall at our expense.
Congressional Republicans’ effort to pass their tax bill is under way. Now we must fight even harder to kill the bill!
On October 6, 2017, the Trump Administration published two new rules, effective immediately, undermining the Affordable Care Act requirement that insurance plans cover all 18 FDA-approved methods of birth control without copay or deductible.
New rules give millions of employers the right to deny their employees birth control coverage for any reason—or no reason at all.