From SEIU: Nurses Explain the Healthcare Law in 90 Seconds…
Wondering what the Affordable Care Act can do for you and your family? Check out what nurses have to say about the benefits of the healthcare law and then share this video with friends, family and co-workers!
This is a huge deal!
A federal appeals court just permanently struck down Arizona’s dangerous 20-week abortion ban, deeming it unconstitutional! This is a big victory that protects a woman’s ability to make her own personal medical decisions. And it should also serve as a clear sign to Rep. Trent Franks as he tries pushing this unconstitutional abortion ban nationwide: it’s time to move on. http://cbsn.ws/1926L91
It’s ridiculous, right? Lawmakers in Congress are STILL trying to repeal Obamacare, wasting more time and taxpayer dollars with every attempt – and this will be their 37th attempt!
Tell your rep to vote against the repeal here: http://bit.ly/1024xzU. It’s time to move on!
Planned Parenthood affiliates in Missouri encourage Governor Nixon to veto HB400 and call on Missouri legislators to end their campaign against women’s health.
By passing HB400, the Missouri General Assembly has proven once again that they have the wrong priorities when it comes to the health and safety of Missouri women – especially rural women.
All women in Missouri, no matter where they live, need access to quality medical care.
Tell Governor Nixon to veto HB400 -> http://bit.ly/10of3Er
What exactly does a Pap smear test for?
And if you didn’t get a chance to read our checklist for National Women’s Health Week on Frisky Friday, today’s a good day to do that, too. You get to take control of your health and earn a Bedsider Insider badge for it. The definition of win-win, basically.
Remember last year when Missouri AFL-CIO stood up for access to birth control and demanded a veto of SB749? http://bit.ly/NfsBxB Birth control is still an economic issue for women and their families. We are proud to stand with fast food workers at the Rally and March today @ 4:30pm. Join us!
Yes, this is nonsense.
Age and ID restrictions aren’t supported by science. Allowing women 15 and over to get emergency contraception with a photo ID is a good step – but we can do better to improve access to birth control. Even District Court judge Edward Korman agrees.
It’s May Day: International Workers’ Day.
Every day we work to ensure that ALL individuals have affordable access to quality health care, including women’s preventive care. And we stand strong with Voto Latino in urging Congress to support comprehensive immigration reform with an earned, but fair path to citizenship. Join us! ➜ http://bit.ly/130zpoa