Women have been the target of the GOP war on abortion since its inception in 2009.
But in the last six years, that war has not only devastated the lives of women and their families, it has also been detrimental to their ability to achieve their dreams of a secure and financially secure future.
For years, conservative leaders and elected officials have used the GOP platform as an excuse to slash funding for Planned Parenthood, limit funding for public schools, defund Planned Parenthood and other reproductive health providers, defund the health care exchanges for Planned Care and the ACA, and defund Planned Action for abortion services.
This war has done the exact opposite of its stated goal.
As the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) wrote in its 2011 report, “the anti-abortion agenda of the Republican Party is premised on the belief that women should be able to access contraception and abortion.
In practice, the policies that have been adopted to accomplish that goal have resulted in unintended consequences that have harmed the health of women.”
Since then, the anti-choice rhetoric and policy have led to countless unintended pregnancies and abortions.
These unintended pregnancies have also resulted in a loss of life.
“In the face of the reality that the abortion rate in the United States is one of the highest in the developed world, the Republican Congress, with the support of a Republican president, has made the effort to restrict access to abortion, including through the Hyde Amendment,” said Guttmacher Institute President Cecile Richards, who is also the president of Planned Parenthood Action Fund.
“Today, the president is not merely the president who enacted the Hyde amendment, but he is also a man who has used the Hyde exemption to try to limit access to reproductive health care services.”
The Republican Party also has failed to address the issue of unintended pregnancies in a way that is equitable.
As a result, in 2012, the abortion pill and its progeny, the pill, the contraceptive, the emergency contraception, have all become more accessible.
The pill is now available to women at virtually any abortion clinic, including Planned Parenthood.
But this availability is not matched by equal access to birth control.
The availability of the emergency contraceptive Plan B One-Step is also now available, but this contraceptive is not available to all women.
Planned Parenthood has received funding under the ACA that could have gone toward providing contraception, including the emergency contraceptives.
It is also true that some states are now using the emergency pill to help women get their first child, but many states are not.
In addition, while the pill is available over the counter, some clinics do not even have the option to offer emergency contraception over the internet.
In many states, the insurance company will only cover birth control over the phone.
The ACA is meant to protect the health and safety of women.
But these policies have created unintended consequences, leading to the loss of lives.
As Guttman Institute president Cecile R. Richards said, “We cannot simply stand by and watch the loss and loss of women’s lives as we see them die.
This is a terrible situation, and we can’t ignore it.
We can’t sit by and do nothing.
And so we are making a big, bold move.
We are moving toward an era where every woman has access to the full range of contraceptive options, and that includes emergency contraception.
We’re moving toward a era when women can have access to contraception and all of their healthcare services.
That is what we’re working toward.”
It is not just the health insurance market that is causing women’s access to emergency contraception to be impacted.
As women’s health experts and advocates have noted, the GOP has been using the ACA to attack Planned Parenthood in the name of the health law.
The GOP is using the health-care law as a pretext to gut Planned Parenthood funding, limit women’s options, cut off Planned Parenthood’s health care network and impose a blanket ban on abortion.
The Republican policies have also led to the devastating effect of women having to pay for abortions that are performed outside of the abortion provider’s network, in some cases, to the point of forcing women to seek medical help in their own communities.
In some cases where the abortion providers have been shut down, these clinics have been forced to shut down in order to comply with federal regulations.
The cost of the contraception has also gone up for many women.
“The cost of emergency contraception has increased dramatically for women, and so the cost of abortion has increased,” said Cecile M. Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
“If you look at the price of Plan B, it is now over $500 per pill.
Plan B one-Step costs $150 per pill, and the cost for the pill itself is now $800.
That means that women have to pay $800 for a pill that has only a half the success rate as the other contraceptive methods, and they are now paying $800 a month for it.”
While the Trump administration has attempted to