Here are the highlights from week two of Utah’s 2018 Legislative Session. On Tuesday, H.B. 12 Family Planning Services Amendments passed out favorably through the House. It will be heard by the Senate Health and Human services committee today (Feb 2) at 4pm in Room #250 at the State Capitol. Please email members of the
Utah’s 2018 Legislative Session’s first week is in the books. On Monday, Representative Lisonbee introduced her Down Syndrome Nondiscrimination Abortion Act (H.B. 205). The bill aims to make it illegal for a physician to perform an abortion if they have knowledge that the person seeking the abortion is doing so because the baby has been
Ninety-nine-percent of women, at some point in their lifetimes, have used some form of birth control (According to the Guttmacher Center for Population Research Innovation and Dissemination). The first oral contraceptive was certified by the Food and Drug Administration in 1960, and was made widely legal for women age 17 and above without parental consent
“Planned parenthood has helped me so much. I go there for everything. I’ve had bad experiences with OBGYN’s. Planned parenthood employees are amazing! They’re professional, quick, kind, and do everything they can to work with you. Normal doctors offices won’t see you if you don’t have the money. Planned parenthood prevents unwanted pregnancies for EVERYONE.
Internal condoms, much like the name suggests, are condoms that can be inserted into the vagina or anus in preparation for penetrative sex. Never heard of them before? Understandable. Only one brand of internal condom, the FC2 Female Condom from Veru Health, has been approved by the FDA for use in the US. These condoms,