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January 2015 Events!

Many events are occurring across California in January, many of them focused around the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision which legalized abortion in 1973. Learn more about these events and go attend the closest one to you!

Holiday Reading List!

Looking for something to sitting down with a good book and a cup of tea during holiday break? We recommend these two recently published books and look forward to reading the third when it’s released this coming February. Enjoy!

Repro Health News Roundup!

With all the #Stormaggeddon talk about #Hellastorm making landfall in California, you were probably too busy running for cover from the rain and watching out for floods to read up on the latest Reproductive Health news this week!

Fighting for Fair Treatment for Pregnant Women – the Young vs. UPS case!

Pregnant workers should be treated fairly! The Supreme Court heard arguments this week on Young vs. UPS – an important case on pregnancy discrimination.

World AIDS Day: What It Would Really Take to Achieve the #WorldWeWant

We have come a long way in the fight against HIV/AIDS: worldwide, the number of people who are newly infected with HIV has dropped by 38% since 2001. Globally there were still 2.1 million new infections last year alone, and 22 million people living with HIV are still not able to access lifesaving treatment. We must prioritize prevention and treatment – we can and must do better!

Bucking the trend in California – and other reasons to be thankful this Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving on the horizon, it’s only fitting to look back on 2014 and remind ourselves of what we are thankful for this year. And there is so much to be thankful for in California as we continue to move forward public policy protecting and expanding women’s health and elect pro-women’s health champions!

LARC Awareness Week - #LoveMyLARC!

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a LARC?!? Wait… what is a LARC? LARC stands for Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive – methods that are considered LARCs include the IUD (like Skyla, Mirena, or Paragard) and the Implant. These methods are incredibly effective at preventing pregnancy.
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