State attorneys generals sued, and two federal courts stopped the administration's restrictions from taking effect

Birth control is used by nine in 10 sexually active women. But the Trump-Pence administration is trying to eliminate no-copay birth control coverage, which is currently guaranteed by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). When the administration issued rules to take away the guarantee of no-copay coverage, it faced a flood of resistance from women's health advocates and courts that temporarily halted the rules.

Birth control access has helped bring unintended pregnancy to a 30-year low and teen pregnancy to an all-time low.

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Over 62 million women have benefitted from access to birth control because of the ACA.

The ACA’s birth control benefit saved women an estimated $1.4 billion on birth control pills in 2013 alone.

Alana R's story

No woman should have to go through the anxiety I did before the ACA or have to decide between paying bills or protecting her health.

Alana R

Washington, D.C.

Who’s behind efforts to roll back birth control access?

These key players are working to block access to birth control.

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