Selected State Actions to Increase Information About and Access to Contraception

Fact Sheet

Selected State Actions to Increase Information About and Access to Contraception

Generic Fact Sheet image

This is a list of selected state policy actions to increase information about and access to contraception.  It has links to legislation and executive actions on a number of state policies that emerged through 2016.  These policies include insurance coverage for an extended supply of contraception, pharmacy access to contraception, insurance coverage that go beyond the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive coverage provision; and those that educate college students about unplanned pregnancy, among others.

February 2017

Related Resources

Fact Sheet
Colorado is one of 18 states to allow pharmacists to prescribe self-administered hormonal birth control.
Fact Sheet
Tennessee is one of 18 states to allow pharmacists to prescribe self-administered hormonal birth control.
Fact Sheet
This fact sheet summarizes federal funding streams for teen and unplanned pregnancy prevention and provides information about grantees who received funding.
Fact Sheet
New Mexico is one of 18 states to allow pharmacists to prescribe self-administered hormonal birth control.