Top 10 Threats to Women’s Reproductive Health Under the Senate’s ACA Repeal Bill

Executive Summary

The Senate bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and radically slash Medicaid funding poses serious threats the health of low income women by limiting their access to reproductive health care services. Senior Attorney Amy Chen details in this issue brief the key ways the Senate bill would harm women’s access to reproductive health care services. For example, the Senate bill would allow states to cut Medicaid funding for reproductive health care services by operating Medicaid as block grant for certain populations, and prevent women from obtaining health care services at Planned Parenthood.

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