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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.

Thanks, Birth Control! Learn about the #ThxBirthControl campaign.

What’s been your experience with birth control? Share your stories as part of today’s #ThxBirthControl outreach on social media!

What do John Burton and Jim Brulte agree on? California is full of powerful women doing great work.

This week PPAC was honored to be part of a one-of-a-kind celebration in Sacramento – a convening of the best and brightest minds who want to redefine what it means to win like a girl.

California Election Results

Pro-Planned Parenthood candidates were victorious across all statewide offices and in many Congressional, State Sen, and State Asm districts.

Election Hotspots - Key Races in CA and Nationally

The Nov 4 election had many critical races and ballot measures nationally and in California where the outcome may impact women’s reproductive healthcare.

Weekend outreach huge success, final push to educate voters for Tuesday’s Election.

Volunteers in California joined Planned Parenthood action fund events to reach out to voters – knocking on doors, making phone calls, and getting the word out about where candidates stand on women’s health issues.
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