National Partnership for Women & Families

Repro Health & Rights

You need full access to quality, affordable reproductive health services. We’re on your side.

The National Partnership has a deep, unwavering commitment to women's reproductive health — whether it’s expanding reproductive rights or blocking attempts to reverse hard-won gains.

Our goal is to give every woman access to the full range of reproductive health information and services, including abortion care and contraception. 

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In the News

Report: States Restricting Abortion Access Don’t Help New Parents Either - Rewire

“When a woman who was denied abortion coverage cannot keep her job because her employer refuses to make reasonable accommodations for her pregnancy–when she has no paid sick days for prenatal appointments or well-baby care–no paid family and medical leave to use after giving birth–the deck is truly stacked against her,” Debra L. Ness, president of National Partnership for Women & Families, said in a statement released with the analysis. Read More

Blog Post

A Double Bind: When States Deny Abortion Coverage and Fail to Support Expecting and New Parents

It’s the most basic of rights and foundational to our ability to thrive: Every person should have the freedom to decide if, when and how to raise a family. But for many women struggling to make ends meet, this is not reality. Read More


The EACH Woman Act (H.R. 2972): Ensuring Equal Access to Abortion Coverage for Every Woman

The ability to make personal health care decisions should not depend on how much money a woman makes or where she gets her health insurance. To fight back against these harmful bans, Representative Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) introduced the Equal Access to Abortion Coverage in Health Insurance (EACH Woman) Act of 2015 (H.R. 2972). This groundbreaking legislation would put an end to politicians denying women insurance coverage for medical care they need. Since its introduction in July 2015, it has gained over 100 co-sponsors. Read More

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