Government & You
When an important bill goes through Congress, we all hear about it. But powerful people at all levels of government have a big influence on your right to choose. That includes the president, Supreme Court justices, your governor, and many more.
We have a pro-choice president and strong leaders in the U.S. Senate now. But the U.S. House is under anti-choice control, and the Senate will be as well in January. Find out what this means for choice.
Politicians across the country are attacking choice. What choice-related laws are in your state?
News & Updates
Activists in North Carolina came out in force to urge health officials to follow sound science.
When we launched our campaign against Michael Boggs' nomination, we knew it would be an uphill battle. But we couldn't stay on the sidelines. See how this pro-choice victory played out.
A Missouri politician introduced an anti-choice bill that takes away a woman's ability to make her own choices, except in a case of "legitimate rape."