An essential component of comprehensive reproductive health care for women, hormonal contraceptives are
among the safest and widely studied medications available today. According to Dr. George F. Sawaya, a leading
reproductive health researcher at the University of California, San Francisco, “there is no established medical need for women to have the [pelvic] exam before receiving a prescription for birth control pills.”
In a time of a vicious war waged against women, we are delighted that we have strong supporters of women’s health and rights in Sacramento, like Assemblymember Holly Mitchell. Black Women for Wellness is happy to support AB2348, that will expand women’s access to timely, effective and safe birth control from a trusted and qualified provider.
Rep Frank Trent re-introduce Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act of 2011, which is a slick attempt to end abortion rights for women of color. We need your support in telling Congress that this is not OK, and women of color’s health and wellbeing should not be used as a political tool. We need you to send letters, call your Representatives and make sure women of color reproductive rights don’t get thrown under the bus!
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SACRAMENTO– Last night, eight California State Senators, charged with supporting business, jobs and economic development for California voted against a measure that would provide green business opportunities and improve fire safety for the state as well as curb global exposure to illness-causing chemicals.