Ad Campaign Calls on Gov. Sandoval to Sign the Bill on Behalf of Nevada Families, Follows Passage Out Of Senate Health Committee and State Assembly
NARAL-Backed Bill Would Ensure Birth Control Remains Accessible, Allow Nevadans to Access Up to 12 Months of Contraception.
DC Politicians Vote to Jeopardize Women’s Health Care: Nevada Should Act Now to Protect Contraceptive Access
DC Politicians Vote to Jeopardize Women's Health Care: Nevada Should Act Now to Protect Contraceptive Access
The Nevada Assembly Health Committee today unanimously passed a plan to protect women’s access to birth control.
As the Nevada legislature reaches the halfway mark of the session, NARAL members from Las Vegas Converge on the capitol to advocate for an affordable contraception bill.