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Type Ordinance
Year 2021
Level City or Town
State(s) Texas
Source Austin City Council
Policy Areas Civil Rights, Health
This resolution directs $100,000 to "Jane's Due Process" to provide logistical support services for abortion access. Jane's Due Process is a Texas-based nonprofit organization that helps young people confidentially access abortion by providing free legal support, 1-on-1 case management,...

Type Policy Brief or Report
Year 2022
Level City or Town, County, State
State(s) All States
Source National Institute for Reproductive Health
Policy Areas Civil Rights, Health
This review aims to provide advocates and elected officials with a comprehensive list of proactive state legislation passed and executive orders enacted during the post-Dobbs time period, while highlighting some of the most promising local policies adopted in municipalities. Crucially,...

Type Policy Brief or Report
Year 2018
Level County
State(s) All States
Source SiX Action
Policy Areas Economic Justice, Civil Rights, Children & Families, Health, Democracy & Governance
Storytelling is a vulnerable way to share experiences and listen to another's perspective, particularly to shift a narrative and build connections between communities. Since the beginning of time, families and communities have used oral storytelling and written stories to share family...

Type Policy Brief or Report
Year 2019
Level City or Town
State(s) All States
Source Local Progress
Policy Areas Children & Families, Health
This policy brief examines the problem of inaccessible abortion and outlines local policy solutions to address it, including providing local funding of abortion, creating a supportive culture for women's reproductive health decisions, ensuring access to unbiased information, and passing...

Type Ordinance
Year 2011
Level City or Town
State(s) Washington
Source City of Seattle
Policy Areas Economic Justice, Civil Rights, Health, Children & Families, Public Safety
This ordinance requires employers to provide a certain number of hours annually, depending on business size, to employees for sick leave. It also requires employers to grant safe leave for issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking....

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