PRH in Action

PRH and our community of physician advocates are taking action in the policy world every day to make a lasting impact for access to reproductive health care.

Regulatory Engagement

Letters in Response to Senators

PRH’s responses to senators’ inquiries concerning reproductive health and justice issues.

Federal Regulatory Comments

PRH’s submitted comments on proposed federal regulations:

State Regulatory Comments

PRH’s submitted comments on proposed state regulations:

Our Blog

Update
April 18, 2024

The EEOC Finalized Its Rule Implementing the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act: 5 Things You Should Know!

1.) The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act is a historic law that protects the health and well-being of pregnant people in the workplace. The Pregnant Workers […]

Update
April 16, 2024

Black Maternal Health Week 2024: We Can’t Achieve Reproductive Justice Without Environmental Justice

Each year PRH joins Black Mamas Matter Alliance to recognize Black Maternal Health Week on April 11-17, and the theme this year is “Our Bodies […]

Update
March 28, 2024

Dobbs’ Erosion of the Health Care Workforce: Harms to Providers and Patients

Physicians for Reproductive Health and the National Partnership for Women and Families published the following Issue Brief: Dobbs’ Erosion of the Health Care Workforce: Harms […]

Update
March 27, 2024

WATCH: Stricter access to Mifepristone would have ‘devastating effect’

Dr. Jamila Perritt, President & CEO of Physicians for Reproductive Health and ob/gyn in DC, appears on MSNBC to discuss the impact of restricting the […]

Update
March 20, 2024

A Primer on Birth Control Access in 2024

Contraceptive equity mandates that the entire spectrum of contraceptive care is accessible to all without barriers, pressure, or coercion. Although we have had recent wins […]

Update
March 7, 2024

IVF in Alabama: Unpacking the Latest Attack on Reproductive Freedom

A lot has been going on in Alabama regarding in vitro fertilization (IVF), and it’s been a doozy to follow. However, it’s important to remember […]