Jul 21 2017

King County, WA Steps Up for Comprehensive Reproductive Health Care

Congratulations to King County, Washington! In July 2017, the King County Board of Health voted 9-1 to pass a new rule required crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) to post a sign in their clinics and on  any advertising materials stating that they are not a health care facility. The rule also includes a list of findings that detail the importance of access to timely and comprehensive reproductive health care for women who might be pregnant. This new rule is vital to ensuring...

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Jan 10 2017

New Frontier: Menstrual Equity

In most places, menstrual hygiene products are taxed as luxury items. Recognizing the necessity of such products, given the realities of women’s lives, cities are reclassifying them as necessities. Most recently, Los Angeles joined the movement to repeal the “Tampon Tax”. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion requiring free pads and tampons to be provided to girls in juvenile detention and requiring the L.A. County Probation Department to provide higher quality undergarments, prenatal and postpartum care,...

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