Report Jessica Arons demonstrates how important Obamacare is for women in our nation today and into the future.
Issue Brief Jessica Arons and Lindsay Rosenthal explain the gender gap in health care coverage and how the Affordable Care Act will lessen that divide.
Sally Steenland and Jessica Arons explain why family planning is integral to women’s economic security.
Interactive Lindsay Rosenthal and Jessica Arons test your knowledge about what health reform is doing to help women and their families get the health care they need.
Jessica Arons gives a clear picture of what our country would look like without women’s reproductive rights.
On Friday, February 10 the Obama administration released its final regulation implementing the preventive care provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Heeding the nonpartisan recommendations of the Institute of Medicine, the regulation will require all group and employer health plans, with the exception of some religious entities, to provide no-cost coverage of […]
Bait-and-switch tactics by conservative politicians threaten to further undermine the protections of the Supreme Court’s seminal abortion rights case, writes Jessica Arons.
Jessica Arons explains why the Obama administration’s decision to deny over-the-counter access to emergency contraception is misguided.
Jessica Arons applauds the wisdom of the majority of Mississippians, but notes that much remains for them to do about children in crisis across the state.
Much remains for Mississippi to do about children in crisis across the state, says Jessica Arons.
The amendment banning Medicaid coverage of abortion turns 35 as more women enter poverty and unintended pregnancies among poor women grow, writes Jessica Arons.
La enmienda que prohíbe la cobertura del aborto por el Medicaid cumple 35 años a medida que más mujeres entran en la pobreza y los embarazos no deseados entre las mujeres pobres van en aumento, escribe Jessica Arons.
Jessica Arons and Alex Walden outline the benefits of the Department of Health and Human Services’ recent announcement that insurance plans must cover contraception.
Pro-choice politicians need to push back against attacks on abortion funding, argues Jessica Arons in The Hill.