In an op-ed, ANSIRIH's Dr. Carole Joffe explores a key question: "What became of that short-lived moment in American politics when contraception was viewed as the main point of 'common ground' between supporters and opponents of abortion?"
In an op-ed reflecting on the one-year anniversary of the Whole Woman’s Health Supreme Court decision, Dr. Daniel Grossman writes: "[The decision] is a potent tool to fight back against these restrictions in the one place facts still matter — the courts."
Dr. Daniel Grossman [of ANSIRH] reflected on the importance of Whole Woman’s Health in 2017. “The ruling was really important because it clarified the judicial standard for undue burden...It really emphasized the need for high quality evidence."
“We’ve been interested in trying to make the Pill go over the counter for a very long time,” says [ANSIRH's Dr. Daniel] Grossman. “But the stakes have changed, and the reality now is this could be really helpful if women end up losing [Obamacare] coverage.”