On Monday, the Senate will vote on S. 2133, a nationwide ban on abortions past 20 weeks. Voices from Louisianans, who know that this restriction harms patients, are essential to defeating it. Please call today!
Emergency contraception is birth control that you use after you have had unprotected sex—if you did not use birth control or your regular birth control failed. Emergency contraception should be used as soon as possible within three to five days after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. ECPs are more effective the sooner you take them. Emergency contraception does not work if you are already pregnant.
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Please Save the Date for the Justice for Louisiana Women Lobby Day 2018
This legislative advocacy day educates Louisiana residents, students and professionals about important legislation affecting Louisiana's women, their families and their communities. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the legislative process and get a "hands-on" lobbying experience of talking with state legislators about important policy issues.
Co-hosted by SisterHearts Thrift Store and Lift Louisiana, this event will highlight the unique dishes and recipes that formerly incarcerated women created while imprisoned.
Re: HHS-9928-RFI Regarding Faith-Based Organizations
In recent months, conservatives in the U.S. House have introduced and pushed forward two restrictions on abortion access that would spread the suffering of Louisiana's women across the nation.
The new tax cut proposals in Congress seem to largely benefit the rich and corporations, at the expense of low- and middle-income Americans, Americans with disabilities, and Americans with dependents and American women. No big surprise after seeing the various failed health care proposals.
Who would be impacted?
People who need childcare