Hot News Stories (10/11/13)Posted: October 11, 2013
The Sacramento Bee (Sacramento, CA)
Despite the broad range of family planning options available to women, a survey of more than 1200 US women between 18 and 45 released today shows that women do not feel knowledgeable about many of these options and have harmful misperceptions about their effectiveness.
New York Times (New York, NY)
What’s the long-term impact of access to birth control and family planning? A new study brings together decades of data and research on families surrounding major policy changes in the United States and finds many the benefits of improving women’s access to family planning services benefit families and the economy as a whole.
The Toledo Blade (Columbus, OH)
This week pro-choice groups in Ohio challenged the constitutionality of recent anti-choice restrictions passed in the new state budget.