Real people are facing real harm. The Trump-Pence administration is issuing policy after policy designed to roll back our civil rights and access to health care. We're tracking the impact, or real-life effects, of these policies on women, immigrants, and LGBTQ people. Here's a look at how those efforts are affecting individuals and families across the United States.

Trump’s unethical “gag rule” would dismantle Title X, the one federal program meant to ensure that people with low incomes have access to affordable reproductive care.

4Mpeople could lose access to affordable birth control, STD testing, cancer screenings, and more

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Trump tries to gut the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that employers cover birth control.

>62Mwomen gained access to birth control, which is now at stake

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The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) redefines life as beginning at conception.

54%of the population depends on health insurance that HHS runs or oversees — and millions of people (the majority of whom are women) rely on HHS-run health care programs

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The Trump-Pence administration rescinds anti-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people.

>50%of LGBTQ people already report facing discrimination in health care

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The administration signals to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

800,000immigrant youth who have lived in the United States for most of their lives are at risk of deportation

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Important health care information is quietly being censored or altogether erased from government resources.

135Mmonthly visits to HHS websites — including HHS.gov, CDC.gov and WomensHealth.gov

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Medicaid, the nation's largest provider of reproductive health coverage, is repeatedly under attack.

13Mwomen could lose access to health coverage without Medicaid

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Brett Kavanaugh, who opposes Roe v. Wade and women’s constitutional right to access abortion, is appointed by President Trump and confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

22states have laws ready to ban abortion if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

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Trump reinstates and expands the global gag rule, which restricts access to abortion and denies lifesaving health care to women in developing countries.

>64countries have the global gag rule in effect

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The administration bans the U.S. from giving funds to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), which provides global reproductive health services.

>150countries are home to women who rely on UNFPA for birth control, lifesaving maternal care, and more

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The administration illegally slashes funding for sex education programs and shifts toward abstinence-only programming.

>93%of parents say sex education in schools is extremely important

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Trump wants to narrow the legal definition of gender.

1.4MAmericans don’t identify as the gender on their birth certificate and could face the loss of civil rights protections

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The Department of Justice revokes civil rights protections for transgender students.

75%of transgender youth feel unsafe at school, according to GLSEN

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The administration continually tries to block patients from care at Planned Parenthood health centers.

2.4Mpeople could lose access to birth control, STD tests, cancer screenings, wellness exams, and more

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Trump and former Attorney General Jeff Sessions sharply increase efforts to separate immigrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border.

2,737immigrant children were separated from their parents under the 'zero tolerance policy,' and the administration separated thousands more families before the policy became official

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A harmful "family detention rule" would let the U.S. government jail immigrant children indefinitely.

59is the average number of days that children are being held in detention centers — up from 35 days in 2016

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President Trump is rapidly filling the courts with conservative judges whose rulings could restrict our rights and freedoms for generations.

154federal judges (as of November 2018) have been nominated to lifetime appointments by President Trump — more than any of his five predecessors

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The administration moves to roll back Title IX protections for survivors of sexual assault and harassment at schools.

1 in 5women experience sexual assault or attempted assault while in college

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New rules would let employers and universities refuse to provide health insurance coverage for birth control.

57%of women ages 18 to 34 would likely struggle to afford birth control

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Proposed health insurance rules could make it nearly impossible for people to get coverage for abortion through the Affordable Care Act.

$1,500is the typical out-of-pocket cost of an abortion

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The Department of Health and Human Services encourages health care providers to use their personal beliefs to deny patients basic health care.

61%of people surveyed don't believe health care workers should be allowed to impose their beliefs on others

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The government tries to make it harder for refugees who are fleeing domestic violence to qualify for asylum in the U.S.

70%of asylum claims were rejected after the administration made it harder to qualify — up from about 40% in 2012

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A temporary executive order aims to severely restrict asylum options for immigrants who enter the United States.

88%of LGBTQ asylum-seekers from Central America report suffering sexual and gender-based violence in their home countries

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A new policy could deny legal status to immigrants who use public benefits — forcing them to choose between keeping their families together or getting food and health care.

27million immigrants and their children are part of families with at least one member who receives public benefits

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The administration tries to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.

1950was the last year the census had a citizenship question. Experts say adding the question now could scare immigrant and mixed-status families from responding, and that could deny their communities access to necessary resources.

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The administration begins detaining pregnant immigrant women during their immigration proceedings.

506pregnant women were in detention four months after the policy went into effect — nearly double the previous number

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The Office of Refugee Resettlement denies every known request for abortion from young immigrant women in its custody.

420pregnant minors were in the office’s custody

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