Being pro-choice includes supporting a woman's decision to become a mom or choosing adoption. We stand with women who decide to continue their pregnancies.
Some anti-choice politicians talk about "respecting life," but the way they vote doesn't square with this view. A major anti-choice organization even opposed the Children's Health Insurance Program, a federal program that provides millions of children with access to basic health care.
Anti-choice politicians not only want to take decisions away from women; they also refuse to help women who choose to continue their pregnancies. That's hypocritical.
We can't let anti-choice groups get away with their hypocrisy. We can do a lot to help women have healthy pregnancies. Being pro-choice is about supporting women in making the decisions that are best for them and their families.
- Quality prenatal care is so important. That's the best way to achieve a healthy pregnancy.
- Some moms and their families need additional help accessing health care, and that's why family-planning programs are so important.
Women and couples who choose adoption also deserve support and resources.
News & Updates
A report from Save the Children ranked the U.S. 33rd in the world for maternal health, worse than any other developed country.
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman hits the nail on the head when she asks why anti-choice Republicans who want to outlaw abortion also "refuse to ensure [women] have access to the care, support and resources to make [their children] productive members in society?"