Last week we attended a public meeting at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) where we testified in front of supporters and opponents on behalf of the FDA’s proposed rule on Supplemental Applications Proposing Labeling Changes for Approved Drugs and Biological Products.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court announced its decision in Young v. UPS, a pregnancy discrimination case that will have major impact on the health and economic security of women and families.
Early Wednesday morning the National Women’s Health Network braved the cold and the rain to rally in front of the Supreme Court in defense of the ACA.
Join the National Women’s Health Network this coming Wednesday, March 4th on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court as we rally to defend access to affordable health insurance. As many of you already know, on Wednesday the Supreme Court…
In a deeply gratifying 6-3 King v. Burwell ruling, the Supreme Court decided today to affirm access to health insurance subsidies to all residents of the U.S. regardless of whether or not they live in states that have created their own health exchanges.
I’ll say it again: I’m mad as hell — and I’m going to vote! I’m just plain furious about recent attacks on women’s health. From the Supreme Court to the state legislature, women’s health is being undermined by decisions that limit our ability to get the services and coverage we need in order to maintain our health.
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