Abortion

Report: Why Abortion Access Is an Economic Issue

A new report released last month by the Reproductive Health Technologies Project clearly outlines an obvious connection too often ignored in the politically-charged discourse surrounding access to comprehensive reproductive health care: abortion access is an economic issue. The report opens with this obvious — but sidelined — reality: “There is likely no decision that has a greater economic impact on a woman’s life than having—or not having—a child.”   Read more about Report: Why Abortion Access Is an Economic Issue

Reproductive Health Care Advocacy Day at the Capitol

On Thursday, Texas Research Institute—Progress Texas’ research arm—joined Texans from across the state at the State Capitol to call on politicians to support policies that restore trust in Texans to make their own reproductive health care decisions, respect for health care professionals and access to abortion care.

Click here to join the Trust. Respect. Access. campaign, a movement for reproductive freedom in Texas. Read more about Reproductive Health Care Advocacy Day at the Capitol

Nuestro Texas: A Reproductive Justice Agenda for Latinos

Last week, the Center for Reproductive Rights and the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health released an excellent policy agenda that outlines forward-looking policies and priorities that the Texas Legislature should enact to "end the current healthcare crisis in Texas and restore access to critical reproductive health care services for millions of Latinas."

Check out their full report: Nuestro Texas: A Reproductive Justice Agenda for Latinas. Read more about Nuestro Texas: A Reproductive Justice Agenda for Latinos

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