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Guide to Abortion Care in MA

Use this Guide to Abortion Care in Massachusetts as an information portal to quickly and easily connect you to safe, legal, and compassionate abortion care and the resources needed to access that care.

Where Do Your Legislators Stand?

Find out where your legislators stand on the ROE Act.

White Paper on Immediate Postpartum Long Acting Reversible Contraception Access

With the looming threat of the end of legal abortion at the federal level, long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) methods are increasingly appealing to patients and clinicians alike, especially in the immediate postpartum (IPP) period. This white paper examines the best public health practices, the most significant barriers to access, and benefits to debundling of IPP LARC in the state of Massachusetts.

ROE Act Video Series

This 4-part video series was created for a digital ad campaign in the fall of 2019 to spread the word about the unjust barriers to safe, legal abortion that exist in Massachusetts. With the ROE Act, we can build healthier, more equitable communities.

2020 Legislative Endorsements

The NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts PAC is nonpartisan and supports candidates committed to protecting the right of every Bay Stater to make personal decisions about the full range of reproductive health options, including preventing unintended pregnancy, bearing healthy children, and choosing legal abortion. Our victories on Beacon Hill are only possible because of the pro-choice champions we work to get elected.

Contraceptive Access

In November 2017, the Contraceptive ACCESS bill was signed into law. This landmark legislation strengthened Massachusetts law to ensure access to no-copay birth control while (1) improving access to the full range of contraceptive options and (2) removing existing barriers to care. Here’s what you need to know about this law and what it means for the contraception options that are available to you.

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We fight for a future that includes access to all reproductive health care no matter your zip code or employer. Massachusetts must lead the charge. Are you with us?