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Planned Parenthood to expand abortion access at new state-of-the-art center in Southern Illinois

Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri (PPSLRSWMO) announced today it will open a new, 18,000 square foot health center in Fairview Heights, Ill. The state-of-the-art facility will offer family planning and abortion care and will begin seeing patients in mid-October 2019. 

Oct. 2, 2019 • Illinois

BREAKING: FEDERAL COURT IN MISSOURI BLOCKS CASCADING ABORTION BANS

U.S. District Court judge finds Missouri’s law likely unconstitutional on the merits, blocks major portions of abortion law one day before they were set to take effect.

Aug. 27, 2019 • Missouri

Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri Names Yamelsie Rodriguez as President & CEO

Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri (PPSLRSWMO) announced today that, effective August 12, 2019, Yamelsie Rodriguez will become the organization’s new President and CEO.  Rodriguez brings to the position over 15 years of experience of health care and management experience, serving most recently as Chief Operating Officer of Planned Parenthood of Illinois.

Aug. 7, 2019 • Missouri

BREAKING: Missouri Politicians Push the State One Step Closer to Effectively Banning Abortion

Missouri Gov. Parson’s Department of Health & Senior Services misused a regulatory process in an attempt to ban abortion outright in the state. The fate of abortion access in Missouri now hangs in the balance as we wait for the court.

June 21, 2019 • Missouri

Circuit court finds unconstitutional Missouri’s attempt to block Planned Parenthood from Medicaid program

The 22nd Circuit Court in St. Louis released an order preventing the state from discriminating against Planned Parenthood patients who rely on publicly funded health care programs.

June 18, 2019 • Missouri