Elizabeth Rich explains how to find out if and when the Affordable Care Act’s promise of no-cost coverage for women’s preventive services will apply to you.
Eleni Towns examines the faith perspective on no-cost contraception that kicks off today under Obamacare.
An infographic from Jessica Arons shows how a range of preventive services for women will now be covered under the Affordable Care Act.
Jessica Arons and Elizabeth Rich provides an update on state-level efforts to undermine the Obamacare provision to guarantee no-cost contraception.
Jessica Arons, Lucy Panza, and Lindsay Rosenthal explain why the Affordable Care Act helps young women access the health care they need in an affordable way.
Video CAP asks young Americans what no-cost coverage of birth control will mean to them.
This interview with Rev. Elizabeth Barnum is part of a series profiling leaders of the Faith and Reproductive Justice Leadership Institute, a project of CAP’s Faith and Progressive Policy Initiative conducted by Sally Steenland.
Mothers of color face major challenges raising their families and need to be part of discussions on women’s rights, says Amy Navvab.
Jessica Arons explains how the Court’s decision on the Obamacare Medicaid provision affects government, the working poor, and women.
This interview with Kyle Meerkins is part of a series profiling leaders of the Faith and Reproductive Justice Leadership Institute, a project of CAP’s Faith and Progressive Policy Initiative conducted by Sally Steenland.
Jessica Arons outlines how the Court’s ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act is beneficial for women.
Rebecca Lefton explains why women's rights are integral to sustainable development.
On the anniversary of a crucial Supreme Court ruling on contraception, a woman’s right to use birth control is once again under attack, explains Jessica Arons.
Jessica Arons and Lindsay Rosenthal give the basics on why fewer health benefits for women exacerbate the gender pay gap.
Ann Garcia, Crosby Burns, and Lindsay Rosenthal show how the House Republican iteration of this act moves backward on combating domestic violence.