Millions of women across the United States face myriad barriers when trying to access contraceptive care. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has only further illuminated the critical need for policymakers to advance policies in support of reproductive health care, including contraceptive care and services.
Please join the Center for American Progress’ Women’s Initiative for a panel discussion on advancing a vision for equitable access to contraception in the United States.
Emily Gee, Senior Vice President for Inclusive Growth, Center for American Progress
Amy Fan, Co-Founder, President, and Chief Product Officer, Twentyeight Health
Tara Mancini, Director of Public Policy, Power to Decide
Kim Diaz Scott, Vice President of Policy and Communications, National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association
Kierra B. Jones, Policy Analyst for the Women’s Initiative, Center for American Progress