NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts
  • Champions for Choice 2017

    Join us in honoring Dr. Merle Berger and Stephanie Toti!

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  • #ACCESSBillMA

    Massachusetts must protect copay-free contraceptive coverage

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  • Pregnant Workers Fairness Act is now law!

    On July 27th, 2017, Governor Charlie Baker signed the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act into law.

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  • Forging a national template for resistance

    Six months ago, Donald Trump was elected. NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts vowed to fight back.

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  • How you can help

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Today, the Trump administration issued an Interim Final Rule (IFR) that guts the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive coverage mandate by allowing employers to refuse to cover birth control for their employees for any stated moral objection. In response, Massachusetts must pass the ACCESS bill without delay to protect Bay Staters’ access to birth control. To read our full statement, click here.

Today, Massachusetts health plans and reproductive rights advocates joined together to call for the passage of the ACCESS (Advancing Contraceptive Coverage and Economic Security in our State) bill. This legislation would expand access to affordable birth control and safeguard against continued efforts on the federal level to limit access to this basic, preventative care. Read more >>

On September 12, the Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on the Judiciary held a public hearing on five bills concerning abortion access in Massachusetts. Two of the bills—H.3649 (An Act to Ensure Teen Safety) and H.893 (An Act to Improve the Safety of Young Women), would expand access to abortion care in Massachusetts. The other three—H.2288, H.3119, and H.936—would restrict access to abortion care. To read NARAL's full statement on the hearing, click here.

BOSTON — Governor Charlie Baker today signed the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act into law, establishing explicit legal protections for pregnant workers against on-the-job discrimination. To read the full release, click here.


On Tuesday, July 25th, NARAL PCM-endorsed candidate Cindy Friedman won her bid to for the Fourth Middlesex District seat of the Massachusetts State Senate. Read the full statement here
In response to the Massachusetts State Senate's passage of the Healthy Youth Act on Thursday, our executive director, Rebecca Hart Holder, released this statement. 
Today, NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts announced that the organization has endorsed Cindy Friedman in her bid for the Fourth Middlesex seat of the Massachusetts Senate. To read the full endorsement announcement, click here.
Today, the Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on Public Health will hold a public hearing on S.754, An Act Safeguarding the Health Care Decisions of Young Adults, while the Joint Committee on the Judiciary will hold a public hearing on H.926, H.934, and H.935. To read the full release, click here.
In response to the Massachusetts State Senate's unanimous passage of the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act on Tuesday, our executive director, Rebecca Hart Holder, released this statement. 
Today, Governor Charlie Baker announced Judge Scott Kafker as his fifth nominee to the Supreme Judicial Court. In response, Rebecca Hart Holder, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts, issued this statement.
In response to the Massachusetts House of Representatives’ unanimous vote today in favor of passing the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, Rebecca Hart Holder, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts, released this statement.
In response to dual federal attacks on reproductive rights Thursday, Rebecca Hart Holder, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts, released this statement

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