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Access to contraceptive care is an economic justice issue.
When a Latinx has access to contraception, they can then plan their families and futures, including their professional and academic goals.
The Latinx community overwhelmingly supports contraceptive coverage.
Polling shows that 89 percent of Latina voters ages 18-34 support contraceptive coverage without copays for all women and 63 percent of Latina/o millennials agree that access to contraception is critical to a woman’s financial well-being and security.
Aug 04 - Twitter
Underpaid workers are either falling into or trapped into poverty. #FightFor15 #WOA15
Jul 06 - YouTube
From Geneva to Washington D.C. Securing Human Rights for Immigrant Women and Families. PT 5.
Aug 04 - Blog
In July, the Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Treasury issued a final rule allo
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