Planned Parenthood has unveiled a new three-part marketing plan the group says will “expand and protect” abortion on demand despite the Trump administration and newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
“We demand a world where who you are or how much money you make doesn’t determine your access to health care or access to safe, legal abortion,” said Planned Parenthood Action Fund executive vice president Dawn Laguens.
In an effort to restock state legislatures with pro-abortion lawmakers, Planned Parenthood has supported many female Democratic candidates for congressional office during this midterm election period.
Planned Parenthood’s new marketing plan says the group will expand its abortion services in states where it will remain legal to create a Regional Access Network which will make abortion-inducing drugs available to women through telemedicine.
“We will be working with more than half of the states in the country to push policies to protect, expand, and enhance access to safe, legal abortion,” Planned Parenthood stated.
We refuse to let our country become a place where people can no longer access abortion. Today, we launched #CareForAll — a nationwide effort to ensure that abortion is still accessible no matter what happens at the Supreme Court.
— Planned Parenthood Action (@PPact) October 10, 2018