Planned Parenthood Votes, the national advocacy wing of the reproductive rights organization, launched a 7-figure ad campaign reminding voters about Carluccio’s resume and the support she has received from anti-abortion organizations.
Reproductive healthcare advocates are celebrating a key victory as Gov. Josh Shapiro and Department of Human Services Secretary Val Arkoosh announced on Thursday that they are cutting ties with Real Alternatives.
Crisis Pregnancy Centers (CPCs), which mislead women about the reproductive health services they offer and discourage abortion care and contraception, are set to get a $2.1 million increase in public funding in the proposed 2023-2024 Pennsylvania budget, bringing the total amount of money they stand to receive from the commonwealth to over $9.2 million.
Saturday marks one year since the Supreme Court’s decision overturned Roe v. Wade and the federal right to abortion care.
While access to abortion care is still legal in Pennsylvania, the Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization allowed more than a dozen states to completely or mostly ban abortion in its aftermath.