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  • A National Survey of OBGYNs’ Experiences After Dobbs

    Based on a nationally representative survey of office-based OBGYNs practicing in the United States, this report examines the provision of sexual and reproductive health care provided by OBGYNs before and after the Dobbs decision, comparing the experiences of OBGYNs practicing in states where abortion is fully banned, states with gestational restrictions, and states where abortion remains available under most circumstances.

  • The Right to Contraception: State and Federal Actions, Misinformation, and the Courts

    This issue brief explains how misinformation about contraceptives and how pregnancy is defined in state abortion bans may impact contraceptive access, and outlines the legal protections some states have established to affirm the right to obtain contraceptives.

  • Insurance Coverage of OTC Oral Contraceptives: Lessons from the Field

    This report discusses challenges and successes in coverage under private health insurance and Medicaid and reviews policy options for operationalizing insurance coverage of non-prescribed over-the-counter contraception such as Opill.

  • Medicaid Postpartum Coverage Extension Tracker

    This page tracks recent state actions to extend Medicaid postpartum coverage, including approved and pending 1115 waivers, legislation that will require the state to seek federal approval through a SPA or 1115 waiver, submitted and approved SPAs, and coverage financed solely with state funds.

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Resources about the Title X National Family Planning Program

The Biden administration recently allocated an additional $6 million to clinics that provide free and subsidized family planning services under the Title X National Family Planning Program. Explore our resources about the Title X program, including an analysis highlighting state-level data on the status of Title X and a brief that explains key elements of the Biden Administration’s regulations.


State Profiles of Women’s Health

Explore the latest national and state-specific data and policies on women’s health. Topics include health status, insurance and Medicaid coverage, sexual health, maternal and infant health, and abortion policies. Many indicators provide state-level information for women of different racial and ethnic groups.

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