Top 10 Threats to Women’s Reproductive Health Under the Graham-Cassidy Bill

Executive Summary

NHeLP Senior Attorney Amy Chen details the major threats to women’s ability to access comprehensive reproductive care posed by the Graham-Cassidy bill, which would repeal the Affordable Care and impose drastic cuts on Medicaid. The measure’s per capita cap in Medicaid, for example, would result in fewer low-income women being covered by Medicaid and the provide “less comprehensive reproductive health services to those who remain enrolled,” Chen writes.

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