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Protect our Children from Smoking: Saves Lives California releases ad in support of anti-smoking initiative

The Yes on 56 - Save Lives California campaign releases its first ad on statewide cable and digital outlets, focusing on the costly and deadly results of Big Tobacco's relentless targeting of children and the taxpayer cost of tobacco-related disease.

Take Action and End the Tampon Tax!

Getting your period is not a luxury, so why is it being taxed like one? Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California supports AB 1561, a bipartisan effort to repeal the sales-tax on menstrual products. Take action now to end the tampon tax!

July 7 Sacramento Young Professionals Event

Are you a young professional or student interested in learning about careers in government service? Join us in Sacramento at this happy hour event!

Community Action Fund 25th Anniversary Celebration Success

On May 6, 2016, the Community Action Fund of Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernardino Counties celebrated their 25th Anniversary, drawing 420 Planned Parenthood supporters, featuring keynote speaker Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, and honoring remarkable community leaders.

2016 Capitol Day Recap

Hundreds of staff, volunteers, supporters, and students from all over California traveled to Sacramento for Capitol Day: 100 Years of Impact on May 23, 2016.

AB 1671 Moves to State Senate!

PPAC's sponsored bill, AB 1671 (Gomez), which protects the personal privacy rights of health professionals, passed the CA Assembly yesterday with 52 YES, 26 no votes!

AB 1671 Assembly Public Safety Committee votes to protect privacy: Bill carefully weighs freedom of speech & right to privacy

The Assembly Public Safety Committee voted to protect the personal privacy rights of Californians by passing AB 1671 on a 5-1 vote. Authored by Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez (D-Los Angeles), AB 1671 closes a loophole in current law to prohibit the intentional disclosure and distribution of confidential communications that are obtained without a person's consent.
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