In the News

January 2014

Thank you Rep. Sean Maloney for speaking out against H.R. 7.

The House of Representatives passed a bundle of abortion restrictions Tuesday that would dramatically reduce the number of health insurance plans that cover the procedure. The vote was 227 to 188, with one lawmaker voting present.

AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: Want to know what Obamacare Means for You? 

We are here for you.  For nearly 100 years, we’ve been here to provide quality, affordable health care. And that’s not changing.  While the health care law means millions of people will be getting insurance for the first time, Planned Parenthood will continue to provide quality care – whether or not you have insurance. So you can still come to us for the care you need, when you need it.  Insurance plans have a “network,” or list of providers where you can use your insurance. Not every plan will include every provider, so check to see if your current provider is included in the plans you are considering.  If you want to come to Planned Parenthood or have us as an option for care, look for a plan that includes us as a provider. To find out which plans include Planned Parenthood, use our plan finder tool at

July 3, 2013

The Women's Equality Agenda Coalition remains standing! Read Thursday's Thoughts to find out what happened with Governor Cuomo's Women's Equality Agenda. This 10-point proposal will break down barriers that perpetuate discrimination and inequality based on gender.  For the latest, read how equal pay for women is gaining traction in New York, why New York must update its abortion laws, strengthen its reproductive rights, and why the governor's agenda is being applauded  for attempting to do this and so much more! Also check out the WEA Facebook page.

As many legislatures across the country wind down for summer recess, Texas, Ohio and North Carolina are using this time to slip some of the most restrictive abortion regulations into law.