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Feds urge state Medicaid programs to increase use of long-lasting contraceptives

A recently published rule for managed care organizations that run many Medicaid programs also addressed LARCs. It said states must offer enrollees a choice of contraceptive methods and cannot require prior authorization or step therapy,...

Boys’ Club Image Overturned by Rise of Women Currency Traders

Compensation remains a difficult subject for women in all industries. Women today are being paid the average wage men earned almost a decade ago, and it will take 118 years before men and women earn...

What’s next for Baylor? More lawsuits, investigations and penalties, experts say

But that may not satisfy students. They may file lawsuits or federal complaints, said Fatima Goss Graves, a civil rights lawyer with the National Women’s Law Center in Washington, D.C. “Students have a right to...

Can affirmative consent apps combat campus sexual assault?

Neena Chaudhry, director of education and senior counsel at the National Women’s Law Center, which works to enforce Title IX, said she thinks “anything that helps a student get clear consent is a good thing.”

Oklahoma isn’t the only state taking big steps to limit abortions

Gretchen Borchelt, vice president for reproductive rights and health at the National Women’s Law Center, said the move is unlikely to hold up legally. The Supreme Court has struck down measures that seek to end...

30% of millennials have been financially hurt by a partner

Victims of financial abuse may believe they lack the means to become independent, said Maya Raghu, director of workplace equality at the National Women's Law Center. But even those who feel trapped should know they...