The extreme right in the Florida Legislature is once again on the attack against reproductive freedom. With a Trojan Horse of a bill, they are scheming to end reproductive freedom in Florida by ushering in what is deceptively packaged as a family friendly measure.
The anti-abortion movement is fired up: they’ve been racking up win after win in our neighboring states and now they have their sights set on our Florida.
Send a message now to your members of Congress, urging them to stop the Trump administration from funneling Title X funds to anti-abortion pregnancy centers.
Every Floridian, including young Floridians, deserve autonomy in reproductive health care decisions. On Wednesday, the entire Florida House of Representatives will be voting on a law aimed at compromising just that, by adding indefensible barriers for young women needing access to abortion.
Urge your state legislators to reject Senator Stargel’s and Rep. Grall’s attempt to push more restrictions on young women, jeopardizing their health.
Florida’s fake clinics are generally not licensed medical providers even though they try to appear like it, and they have a long history of deceiving women and endangering their health. Now, we’re fighting back to raise awareness and end taxpayer funding for these anti-abortion fake clinics.
The Progress Florida team is heading to the State Capitol next week to deliver petitions to Gov. Rick Scott and the Secretary of the Florida Dept. of Health (DOH).
For shame! Last month, the Trump administration proposed an appalling “gag rule” that would make it harder for low-income women to access primary and preventive care provided by health care providers participating in the Family Planning safety net program (often referred to as "Title X.")
The right to abortion has been the law of the land for more than 45 years. But President Trump has repeatedly bragged that he will only appoint judges who will overturn Roe v. Wade – and now he’s found his man in right-wing extremist Brett Kavanaugh.
Did you know that more than 120 anti-abortion, fake women’s health centers operate in Florida? What if I told you that you are helping pay for them?