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Top Policy Issues
The Women's Equality Agenda is a ground breaking, 10-point plan, introduced by Governor Cuomo during his 2013 State of the State address. It is designed to break down barriers faced by New York women in many areas of their lives. The State Assembly passed the full WEA in 2013, but, unfortunately, the State ...Read more
The new federal health care reform law (the Affordable Care Act) will make access to affordable health care coverage a reality for hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers. Learn more about the new health care law and it's impact on women's health.Read more
Funding for Family Planning New York’s family planning health centers provide primary and preventive health care services to more than 410,000 New Yorkers every year. Family planning services are critical to the health and well-being of the women and families of New York State.Read more
News + Views
Amanda Marcotte, RH Reality Check, August 10, 2014 France has just viciously snatched away one of the favorite bad faith arguments of anti-choicers: The claim that the United States has relatively lax abortion laws compared to “socialist” France. Conservatives have long claimed that American feminists are whiny and that we should be grateful to have more ...
Monroe Courier, August 4, 2014 August is National Immunization Awareness Month and Planned Parenthood of Southern New England (PPSNE) [as well as the rest of teh Planned Parenthood community,] encourages everyone to speak with their health care provider about the benefits of vaccinating against human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV remains a serious issue in the United States. It ...
Opinion Piece, Catherine Rampell for the Washington Post, August 4, 2014 One in five? Yeah, right. Sounds way too high. That’s a common reaction to the oft-cited statistic about the share of women who experience an attempted or completed sexual assault during college. The number can’t possibly be right, the Doubting Thomases (or, less frequently, Doubting Thomasinas) argue. ...