Three new abortion restrictions set to take effect November 1 have been blocked.
Rogers, Ark. — Thousands will gather Saturday, Oct. 2, in five cities across Arkansas for the March for Reproductive Freedom in response to the Texas anti-abortion law and to send a clear, unified message to the Supreme Court and state lawmakers that the attack on reproductive rights will not be tolerated.
Rogers, Ark. — Planned Parenthood Great Plains (PPGP) is proud to announce its return to Northwest Arkansas with a state-of-the-art and conveniently located health center in Rogers to enhance access to needed health care. PPGP’s expert and compassionate health care providers will offer a wide range of sexual and reproductive health services.
The lawsuit challenges five extreme laws passed this year and scheduled to take effect November 1
Jay Barth, Chair of the Board of Directors of Planned Parenthood Great Plains (PPGP), announced today that the organization has added Kourtney Vincent-Woodbury as the Vice President of People, Culture, and Equity, and Heather Rahhal Palacios as the Vice President of Community Relations and Strategic Partnerships. Barth also announced that Emily Wales has officially taken the helm as the Interim President and CEO following the departure of former President and CEO Brandon Hill, PhD.
The Ban, a Direct Challenge to Roe v. Wade, Would Have Outlawed Abortion in Arkansas in Violation of Decades of Supreme Court Precedent
Planned Parenthood Great Plains Announces President and CEO Brandon Hill’s Departure; Emily Wales Named New Interim President and CEO
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