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It appears Rep. Steve Daines has finally gotten the message that intruding in women's private medical decisions is not only bad policy, it's bad politics. Months after announcing his candidacy for U.S. Senate, Daines made the misleading claim last week that he does not support outlawing birt…
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.
In a heated election year, it is easy to lose sight of the real issues at stake. Legislative Referendum 120 is one issue on which we must take the time to carefully consider just what is at stake. LR-120, the Parental Notice of Abortion Act, is a referendum on the 2012 Montana ballot.
HELENA — Leaders of the Concerned Women for America made a bus stop at the Capitol on Tuesday to urge supporters to make sure women of faith register to vote and cast their ballots in the critical 2012 election.
HELENA -- Planned Parenthood of Montana has denounced as "degrading, sexist and inexcusable" comments made by state Rep. Krayton Kerns, R-Laurel, about contraception.
HELENA — After four years of waiting, Montana is on the verge of expanding government-funded health coverage of contraception and family-planning services for up to 4,000 low-income women.
The choice couldn't be clearer. Rep. Denny Rehberg uses his position to target women and families and turns access to basic health care into a political bargaining chip. Sen. Jon Tester, however, stands up to these misguided political machinations and stands strong for women and families in …
HELENA — Undeterred by Mississippi's rejection of an anti-abortion measure this week, the sponsor of a similar 2012 Montana "personhood" proposal said Wednesday she will continue to work to get it on the ballot.
More than 27,000 Montanans, many of them low-income and without insurance, could lose access to health care and pregnancy prevention services if state lawmakers cut family-planning funds from the state budget.
HELENA — About a dozen people picketed outside a health fair sponsored by the Independent Record in Helena to protest the exclusion of Planned Parenthood.
On day eight of the Montana Legislature, partisan politics resulted in drastic cuts to human services, education and state infrastructure. Over $30 million in health and human services, over $70 million in education funding — all gone with little public input, little consideration of lost fe…
As a trusted provider of health care to thousands of women and families, Planned Parenthood of Montana is committed to fixing our broken health care system and guaranteeing quality, affordable health care for all Americans. While PPMT has been advocating for health care reform, opponents of…