Op-Ed: Reproductive Justice Is a Key to Quality Care

Access to the full range of reproductive health services, and especially to contraception, remains an issue for many Americans. For instance, in New Jersey, where I work, data show that 25% of all pregnancies in our state are “unintended” and nearly 435,000 women live in “contraceptive deserts,” which means there’s no reasonable access to these…Continue Reading

Reproductive Coercion Wins at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has affirmed the rights of certain employers to deny contraceptive coverage in their health plans in a case involving a private Catholic health service challenging a long-fought-over provision of the Affordable Care Act. This front in that battle concerned the Trump administration’s rules granting employers, schools, and other entities who must offer…Continue Reading