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U.S. Adults Strongly Support Birth Control Use and Access 

U.S. Adults Strongly Support Birth Control Use and Access 

Nov 15
On November 15, Thanks, Birth Control Day, a new poll shows that more than 85% of all adults agree birth control is an essential part of health care.

NCAVP Releases National Report on Intimate Partner Violence

NCAVP Releases National Report on Intimate Partner Violence

Nov 15
NCAVP released its report on intimate partner violence in the LGBTQ community.

Equality California Institute Launches Safe and Supportive Schools Survey

Equality California Institute Launches Safe and Supportive Schools Survey

Nov 14
On November 3, Equality California Institute officially launched its Safe and Supportive Schools Index by distributing a survey to each of California's 330 unified school districts.

Lawmakers Approve Bill Protecting No-Cost Birth Control

Lawmakers Approve Bill Protecting No-Cost Birth Control

Nov 9
The Massachusetts House has overwhelmingly approved legislation that supporters say will protect birth control coverage for women.

How Much Does Surrogacy Cost?

How Much Does Surrogacy Cost?

Nov 9
Surrogacy costs are high, and you can't always be sure what's included. Here's a quick checklist to help you.

Youth Essay Contest Gets Kids to Stand Against Hate

Youth Essay Contest Gets Kids to Stand Against Hate

Nov 6
AHF and the Heather Heyer Foundation will join the Rose Parade, and this year, one lucky winner of an essay contest against hate will be on board.

Marriage Equality Campaign in Australia Builds Momentum

Marriage Equality Campaign in Australia Builds Momentum

By Tucker Berardi | Nov 5
Two-thirds of Australian citizens, most politicians and the leaders of all major parties support marriage equality in Australia according to the Australian Equality Campaign

Kansas Welfare Chief Retiring Amid Scrutiny of Foster Care

Kansas Welfare Chief Retiring Amid Scrutiny of Foster Care

By John Hanna | Nov 4
The top administrator at the Kansas Department for Children and Families plans to retire Dec. 1 after months of scrutiny of the agency's oversight of services for abused and neglected children.

One Warm Coat Day Launches on November 1

One Warm Coat Day Launches on November 1

Nov 1
On November 1, One Warm Coat, a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing a free, warm coat to any person in need, is kicking-off a movement to help launch the official One Warm Coat Day.

Five Tips to Make Halloween Happier for Pets

Five Tips to Make Halloween Happier for Pets

Oct 31
It's Halloween season, and many children and adults look forward to this spooky night. But tricks and treats can be overwhelming and hazardous for pets.

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