National Partnership for Women & Families


Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Discusses Future of Roe v. Wade, Much More in New Republic Interview

NPR Examines Relationship Between Abortion Restrictions, Unsafe Procedures

More Details Released on Birth Control Copay Errors at CVS

Calif. Enacts 'Affirmative Consent' Standard for Campus Sexual Assault, Anti-Trafficking Bills

Tenn. Antiabortion-Rights Initiative Could Affect Access in Surrounding States

Blogs Discuss New Contraception Recommendations for Teens, Hyde Amendment Anniversary, More

American Academy of Pediatrics Recommends IUDs, Hormonal Implants for Adolescents

Lawmakers Urge Administration, VA To Provide Disability Payments to More Survivors of Military Sexual Assault

Abortion Clinics Expect More Obstacles for Patients From Mo. 72-Hour Mandatory Delay

El Salvador's Absolute Abortion Ban Endangers Lives of Women, Girls, Report Finds

Austin City Council Approves Resolution Supporting Repeal of Texas' HB 2

Calif. Gov. Signs Bills To Address Contraceptive Coverage Gaps, End Inmate Sterilizations

Reported Complaints Do Not Reflect Full Scope of Pregnancy Discrimination Incidents

U.S. Infant Mortality Rate Improves, Still Lags Behind Many Developed Countries, CDC Finds

Domestic Violence at Least as Common Among Same-Sex Partners as Other Couples, Study Finds

Blogs Comment on First Birth Center 'Inside an Abortion Clinic,' EC Access, Sharing 'Nuanced' Abortion Stories, More

CVS Refunding 11K Women for Improper Birth Control Copays; Target, Walgreens Face Complaints

Mich. Lawmakers Propose Bill To Require Insurers To Offer Abortion Riders

Women Need More Information on Prenatal Testing, Study Suggests

Spain Withdraws Antiabortion-Rights Bill Amid Public Opposition

Judge Dismisses Criminal Charges Against Pregnant Woman for Allegedly Endangering Fetus

Datapoints: ACA Ends Birth Control Copays for Many, States Delay Abortion Access & More

ACA Ends Birth Control Copays for Many, States Delay Abortion Access & More

Senate Bill Aims To Ensure Emergency Contraception Access for Rape Survivors, Boost Education About EC

More Insurers Join ACA Marketplaces for Upcoming Open Enrollment

Complex Factors Affect Racial Disparities in Abortion Rates, The Atlantic Reports

San Francisco Supervisor Introduces Bill To Protect City's 'Buffer Zone' Law

USPSTF Updates STI Screening, Behavioral Counseling Recommendations

Judicial Nominee Boggs Lacks Votes for Confirmation

Pa. Mother Sentenced to Prison After Obtaining Abortion Drugs Online for Daughter Tells Her Story

'Proactive,' National Grassroots Strategy Needed To End Abortion Coverage Bans, URGE Director Argues

Ohio's 'Bureaucratic Red Tape' Harming Women's Abortion Access, NARAL Ohio Leader Writes

FDA To Host Workshop on Female Sexual Dysfunction Treatment

Blogs Discuss 'Personhood' Ballot Measure, Faith Community's Support for Repro Rights, More

House Bill Would End Contraception Copays for Military Women

Conservatives' Over-the-Counter Birth Control Proposal Fails To Address Affordability, Washington Post Editorial Argues

Advocates Respond To NYT Coverage of Women's Abortion Stories, Mo. 72-Hour Delay Law

Congress Extends Program To Facilitate DNA Analyses in Sexual Assault Cases

Insured Women Increasingly Pay Nothing Out of Pocket for Contraceptives, Guttmacher Survey Finds

States Mull Surrogacy Regulations

Study Finds Urine Tests Accurately Detect HPV

Blogs Discuss Telemedicine Abortion Ruling, Miscarriage Care, Helms Amendment, More

Religious Not-for-Profits Likely To Petition Supreme Court Over Contraceptive Coverage

Voters in Three States To Weigh Abortion Restrictions in November

'Undue Burden' Standard for Abortion Rights Threatened, New Yorker's Toobin Argues

Lending Discrimination During Pregnancy, Maternity Leave Draws Federal Investigations

Video Round Up: Abortion Care Returns to Rio Grande Valley for Now, Wendy Davis Interviewed

Expansion of Catholic Health Plans Raises Questions About Contraceptive Coverage Arrangements

Court Allows Iowa Telemedicine Abortion Service To Continue During Appeals Case

Obama, Biden To Announce White House Campaign Against Campus Sexual Assaults