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Government & You

When an important bill goes through Congress, we all hear about it. But powerful people at all levels of government have a big influence on your right to choose. That includes the president, Supreme Court justices, your governor, and many more.

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Don't Let Pharmacies Refuse to Fill Birth Control Prescriptions

Every day, some pharmacists lecture women for taking birth control or refuse to fill their prescriptions. Help stop this ridiculous practice.

Where Does the House Stand?

The Senate has voted on the "Not My Boss' Business" Act. Now we need to get the House on record so we know who stands with women and who stands with bosses.

Featured Efforts

Supreme Court Cases on Birth-Control Coverage

Bosses at Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood, two for-profit companies, oppose birth control and didn't want their health plan to cover it. Their suit went all the way to the Supreme Court, and, unfortunately, they won. Learn More »

Stop Michael Boggs' Confirmation

President Obama asked the Senate to confirm a judicial nominee who tried to channel funds to anti-choice crisis pregnancy centers and make a parental consent law even more extreme. Learn More »

  • U.S. Government

    We have a pro-choice president and strong leaders in the U.S. Senate. But the U.S. House is now under anti-choice control. Find out what this means for choice.

  • State Governments

    Politicians across the country are attacking choice. What choice-related laws are in your state?


News & Updates

Texas' Abortion Access Problem

Because of anti-choice laws designed to shut down clinics, there may soon be only one abortion provider for every one million women of reproductive age in Texas.

How State Educators Are Fighting Back Against Harmful "Abstinence-Only" Programs

Anti-choice politicians are pushing for ineffective “abstinence-only” programs that don't teach how to prevent unintended pregnancy or protect against STIs. Thankfully, some school districts are choosing facts over misinformation and shame.

What It's Really About

Susan Mulligan argues that, "much of the political fight about abortion isn’t really about abortion, either. It’s about whether women should be allowed to have sex."


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