Planned Parenthood Advocates of Montana violated state law in its campaign against a Billings Republican in the 2014 elections, the state Commissioner of Political Practices has ruled.
Abortion rates in Montana are at their lowest level in nearly 40 years, at least by one measure.
Time is running out to sign up for insurance through the health insurance marketplace to get coverage this year. The open enrollment period ends March 31. Despite widespread media attention on the rollout, many who are uninsured remain confused about what the marketplace is, what it offers a…
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An assistant softball coach at Billings Central Catholic High School said she was dismissed Monday because of her work at Planned Parenthood.
HELENA — A Helena district judge has blocked the state from defending two state laws that require minors to obtain parental consent before obtaining abortions.
If you’re needing a little more time to sign up for health insurance, consider it an early holiday gift: a one-week extension. People now have until Dec. 23 to enroll in a health insurance plan for coverage that begins on New Year’s Day.
Erin Lambert from the YWCA is a guest speaker at a peer education program Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest designed for teens. Teen Council members attend weekly meetings to receive training on specific topics such birth control methods, teen dating violence and rape.
High school students discuss teen pregnancy and related issues during a recent peer education program called Teen Council at Planned Parenthood of Montana.
Fitzgerald Clark is the lead educator for Planned Parenthood of Montana.
Even though glitches have prevented them from actually signing many people up for health insurance, dozens of people around the Billings region hired to educate people about the Affordable Care Act have stayed busy since its Tuesday rollout.
After a nationwide search, a 37-year-old New York woman has been hired as president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Montana.
Martha Stahl is CEO of Planned Parenthood of Montana.
HELENA — Planned Parenthood of Montana filed suit Thursday to overturn a pair of laws requiring an underage girl to get parental approval or notification before having an abortion in Montana —including one law passed last year by Montana voters.
Her grandmothers’ twin tragedies helped forge Stacy James’ steely determination to spend her career helping women gain control of their bodies and control of their lives.
The Montana Reproductive Rights Coalition stands with Gov. Steve Bullock, and here’s why: Despite the tidal wave of anti-women legislation introduced, and in the face of out-of-touch politics, Bullock stood up and proved himself to be a true ally for Montana women and families.
HELENA — Gov. Steve Bullock on Thursday allowed an abortion bill to become law without his signature, a strategic gamble that anticipates a successful legal challenge of the measure and kills an identical referendum that would have gone to voters in 2014.
HELENA — The Senate budgeting committee rejected federal family-planning money on Friday, although Republican opponents recognized they may not ultimately win the fight over the money.
Before they voted on accepting or rejecting federal funds for family planning services, Montana lawmakers on the subcommittee considering health care appropriations were reminded of the reasons why this program is good public policy:
HELENA — When Jennifer Strickley first learned she had ovarian cancer, it was Planned Parenthood that detected the disease.