Federal and state laws, as well as insurers’ coverage policies, shape the extent to which women can have coverage for abortion services under both publicly funded programs and private plans. Women who seek an abortion, but do not have coverage for the service, shoulder the out-of-pocket costs of the services.
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9374 - Title X legal challenges

Litigation Challenging Title X Regulations

This brief provides an overview of the legal challenges to the Trump Administration final Title X regulations and summarizes the key positions of the plaintiffs and HHS.

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Understanding Pregnancy Loss in the Context of Abortion Restrictions and Fetal Harm Laws

This brief examines how policies aimed at limiting abortion may have negative consequences on people experiencing pregnancy loss.

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Policies Aimed at Limiting Access to Abortion May Negatively Impact Pregnancy Loss Care

Abortion restrictions around the country have the potential to limit clinicians’ ability to manage pregnancy loss.

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Fact Sheet Provides an Overview of Abortion Later in Pregnancy and Policies to Regulate It

Abortions occurring at or after 21 weeks gestational age are rare (1.4%) and difficult to obtain, yet these abortions are subject to intense public debate in the news, policy and the law.  A new KFF fact sheet provides basic information about abortion later in pregnancy in the US, including what it is,…

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Abortions Later in Pregnancy

This fact sheet explains why individuals may seek abortions later in pregnancy, how often these procedures occur, how the concepts of viability and fetal pain play into this topic, and the various laws which regulate access to abortions later in pregnancy.

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