Proud to be Bold and Ensure Abortion Coverage for All* Women

Today, we are proud to be featured on the 100 Days of Coverage campaign. 100 Days highlights bold supporters of the EACH Woman Act, which ensures coverage for abortion for every woman regardless of how much she earns, where she lives, or how she is insured. Each day, from July 9th until the EACH Woman … Continued

It’s Time to Eliminate the Harmful Hyde Amendment!

On July 8, the National Women’s Health Network (NWHN) joined Representatives Barbara Lee (D-CA), Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), and Diana DeGette (D-CO); over 70 other Congressional champions; and more than 50 organizational allies to celebrate the introduction of the Equal Access to Abortion Coverage in Health Insurance (EACH) Woman Act. This visionary legislation would end bans … Continued

Policy Facts: Insurance Coverage of Abortion Care

Abortion is a safe and effective procedure that terminates a pregnancy. Abortion is recognized worldwide as a vital part of women’s health care, women’s ability to plan their families, and women’s economic empowerment. Despite being vital to health and wellbeing, insurance coverage for abortion care in the United States varies based on a woman’s income, … Continued

The National Women’s Health Network Celebrates the Introduction of the Equal Access to Abortion Coverage in Health Insurance (EACH) Woman Act

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contact: Media@nwhn.org or Cindy Pearson at 301-938-0356   (Washington, D.C.) The National Women’s Health Network (“the Network”) boldly stands with All* Above All and our pro-choice Congressional champions to restore and sustain abortion coverage for low-income women. We celebrate the introduction of the Equal Access to Abortion Coverage in Health Insurance (EACH) … Continued

Lift the Bans for All of Us

The National Women’s Health Network (NWHN) was founded in 1975, at a time when many women’s health activists felt encouraged by the changes they saw in reproductive health care. The organization’s early years coincided with the start of the modern era of legal abortion in the United States. Following the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v … Continued