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Opioid/Behavioral Health Groups (8)
  1. Center for Law and Social Policy
  2. Coalition for Behavioral Health, Inc.
  3. Harm Reduction Coalition
  4. Legal Action Center
  5. Mental Health America
  6. Mental Health Association in New York State, Inc. (MHANYS)
  7. National Council for Behavioral Health
  8. NYS Care Management Association
Federal AIDS Policy Partnership (28)
  1. AIDS Action Baltimore
  2. AIDS Alliance for Women, Infants, Children, Youth & Families

  3. AIDS Foundation of Chicago

  4. AIDS United

  5. American Academy of HIV Medicine

  6. APLA Health

  7. Association of Nurses in AIDS Care

  8. AVAC

  9. Bailey House, Inc.

  10. Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation

  11. ETR

  12. HealthHIV

  13. HIV Medicine Association

  14. Howard Brown Health

  15. Latino Commission on AIDS

  16. LLHC

  17. Nashville Cares

  18. NASTAD

  19. National Black Justice Coalition

  20. National Black Women’s HIV/AIDS Network

  21. National Coalition for LGBT Health

  22. National Coalition of STD Directors

  23. National Minority AIDS Council

  24. National Working Positive Coalition

  25. Open Door Clinic of Greater Elgin

  26. Southern AIDS Coalition

  27. Treatment Access Expansion Project

  28. Treatment Action Group

State & Local Health Departments (21)
  1. Michigan Department of Health and Human Services 
  2. Colorado Association of Local Public Health Officials 
  3. Adair County Health Department (MO) 
  4. Greene County Family Planning (NY)
  5. Massachusetts Department of Public Health 
  6. Randolph County Health Department (MO)
  7. Saint Louis County Department of Public Health
  8. Tennessee Department of Health
  9. Tri-County Health Department (CO)
  10. Vermont Department of Health
  11. Washington Department of Health 
  12. Baltimore City Health Department
  13. Kansas City Health Department
  14. Boston Health Department
  15. San Antonio Health Department
  16. Chicago Health Department
  17. Los Angeles County Department of Public Health 
  18. Cleveland Health Department
  19. New York State Department of Health
  20. West Virginia Department of Health and Human Services
  21. North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Provider Associations (24)
  1. American Academy of Family Physicians

  2. National Association of Social Workers 

  3. American Academy of PAs

  4. American Medical Assocciation

  5. American Nurses Association

  6. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists  

  7. Massachusetts Medical Society 

  8. American Academy of Nursing

  9. Maine Medical Association

  10. HIV Medicine Association 

  11. Maine Osteopathic Association

  12. CA Academy of Family Physicians 

  13. CT State Medical Society

  14. Women of W.O.R.T.H. (Rome, GA)

  15. 15 MN Providers/Provider Groups 

  16. Association of Reproductive Health Professionals 

  17. American Psychological Association

  18. Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses 

  19. Endocrine Society - reconsider this NPRM

  20. National Medical Association 

  21. American Academy of Pediatrics and Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine

  22. American Medical Women’s Association

  23. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)

  24. ACOG locals - call for complete and immediate withdrawal (TX, CO, NM, CT, IN, MN, SD, ID, WI, ME, OH, WA, IL, PA, District V (KY, IN, MI, OH), NV, HI, AZ)

Hospitals/Federally Qualified Health Centers/Title X Programs (39)
  1. University of Maryland Medical System 

  2. Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center

  3. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia 

  4. Johns Hopkins Children’s Center 

  5. Montana Primary Care Association

  6. Rhode Island Health Center Association

  7. Mountain Family Health Centers (CO) 

  8. Community Medical Centers (CA)

  9. Axis Community Health (CA) 

  10. Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County 

  11. CommuniCare Health Centers (CA) 

  12. Denver Health 

  13. Alliance of Pennsylvania Councils

  14. Education+Health (Philadelphia school-based health centers)

  15. Bi-State Primary Care Association (NH and VT) 

  16. San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium 

  17. CO Community Health Network 

  18. Community Health Care Association of NY State

  19. AccessMatters - Title X Grantee for Southeastern PA 

  20. Family Planning Association of Maine 

  21. Tapestry Health Systems (FP Council and more, western MA)

  22. Women’s Health Specialists

  23. Essential Access Health (CA)

  24. Health Quarters (MA)

  25. AZ Family Health Partnership

  26. Community Health Care Network 

  27. MA League of Community Health Centers 
  28. Family Planning Council of Iowa 
  29. MO Family Health Council
  30. Mountain Park Health Center (AZ)
  31. Michigan Council for Maternal and Child Health 
  32. Women’s Care Center (Philadelphia area) 
  33. AltaMed (Los Angeles and Orange County)
  34. NJ Family Planning League 
  35. Manchester (NH) Community Health Center 
  36. WV Free
  37. Ryan Health (NY) 
  38. Washington Association of Community & Migrant Health Centers
  39. Alameda Health Consortium (CA)
Public Health Groups (4)
  1. National Coalition of STD Directors

  2. Association of State and Territorial Health Officials

  3. Caring for Colorado Foundation

  4. Michigan Family Planning Advisory Council

Academic Institutions (9)
  1. George Washington University (GWU) Faculty and Research Staff 

  2. Montclair State University 

  3. Washington University School of Medicine, Contraceptive Choice Center 

  4. George Washington Jacobs Institute for Women’s Health 

  5. University of Maryland School of Medicine 

  6. New York University School of Law, Institute for Policy Integrity

  7. Dr. Christine Dehlendorf, UCSF Woman-Centered Contraception Program

  8. Association of American Medical Colleges 

  9. Texas Policy Evaluation Project (UT-Austin)

Industry Groups (3)
  1. Medicines360

  2. Medicaid Health Plans of America

  3. UPIC Health LLC 

Lawmakers (26)
  1. Reps. DeGette (D-CO) and Reps. Lee (D-CA), joined by 171 Members of Congress
  2. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) joined by 44 Senators 
  3. Assemblymember Kansen Chu (CA) 

  4. PA General Assembly Women’s Health Caucus 

  5. Lucas County Commissioners (OH)

  6. Democratic Attorneys General Association (12 States and the District of Columbia) 

  7. Attorney General of WA

  8. Attorney General of OR

  9. Attorney General of VT

  10. Attorney General of MA 

  11. Fred Thiele, New York State Assembly

  12. Gov. John Hickenlooper (CO) 

  13. Hawaii state assembly leaders

  14. Two New Hampshire Executive Council 

  15. Gov. Ralph Northam (VA) 

  16. NY State Bipartisan Pro-Choice Legislative Caucus

  17. NE Senator Anna Wishart

  18. TX House Women’s Health Caucus

  19. Gov. Andrew Cuomo (NY)

  20. Gov. Roy Cooper (NC) 

  21. Public Advocate for the City of NY

  22. NY City Council

  23. National Women’s Political Caucus of California 

  24. Mayor Peduto of Pittsburgh 

  25. Gov. Inslee (WA) 

  26. Oakland City Attorney’s Office

Global Advocates (6)
  1. Amnesty International

  2. Center for Biological Diversity 

  3. Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) 

  4. Health GAP

  5. IPAS 

  6. Population Connection 

  7. Human Rights Watch

National Advocates (19)
  1. PFAW 
  2. CLASP 
  3. Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum 
  4. National Alliance to End Sexual Violence
  5. Human Rights Campaign
  6. Stonewall Democratic Club 
  7. National Immigrant Law Center 
  8. Center for Budget and Policy Priorities
  9. Community Catalyst 
  10. Urban Institute
  11. American Bar Association
  12. National Center for Youth Law 
  13. Transgender Training Institute 
  14. National Center for Transgender Equality 
  15. Latino Commission on Health
  16. National Hispanic Leadership Agenda 
  17. Advocates for Youth
  18. National Council of Asian Pacific Americans 
  19. National Health Law Program (NHeLP) 
  20. National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum 
  21. Center for Health Policy and Law (Northeastern University)
State/Local Advocates (16)
  1. Colorado Children’s Campaign 

  2. Green Hills (MO) Community Action Agency

  3. AAUW of California 

  4. ACLU of Maine

  5. ACLU of Nebraska

  6. Long Island Civic Engagement Table

  7. Long Island Transgender Advocacy Coalition

  8. Monsoon Asians and Pacific Islanders in Solidarity (IA)

  9. West Virginians for Affordable Health Care 

  10. Health Care for All MA

  11. CA Pan-Ethnic Health Network 

  12. Health Care for All NY 

  13. Colorado Consumer Health Initiative 

  14. Big Cities Health Coalition

  15. Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy (NY) 

  16. EverThrive (IL) 

Women’s/Repro/DV Advocates (26)
  1. Wisconsin Alliance for Women’s Health 

  2. National Partnership for Women & Families

  3. Maine Women’s Lobby 

  4. Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence 

  5. National Institute for Reproductive Health 

  6. Guttmacher Institute 

  7. Raising Women’s Voices

  8. National Network for Abortion Funds 

  9. National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association

  10. Nevada County Citizens for Choice 

  11. NARAL 

  12. NARAL Pro-Choice VA 

  13. TX Association Against Sexual Assault 

  14. PA Coalition Against Domestic Violence 

  15. Black Women for Wellness
  16. SisterLove
  17. Positive Women’s Network
  18. New Hampshire Women’s Foundation 
  19. Business and Professional Women of Nevada County 
  20. National Advocates for Pregnant Women
  21. Power to Decide 
  22. Black Women’s Health Imperative
  23. Florida Latina Advocacy Network 
  24. Ibis Reproductive Health 

  25. Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS)

  26. Missouri Coalition Against Domestic Violence

  27. National Partnership for Women and Families 

  28. Reproaction

  29. Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity 

  30. Southwest Women’s Law Center

​​​​​​Faith and Faith-Related Groups (3)
  1. American Atheists

  2. Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

  3. Freedom from Religion Foundation 



Who Opposes the Gag Rule?

Almost everyone 

73% of Americans

More than 200 members of Congress

15 governors

80 mayors

274 state legislators

More than 100 public health organizations, including the American Medical Association, National Hispanic Medical Association, and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

An overwhelming numbers of doctors, nurses, and other health care providers. 

Not to mention the 4 million people who rely on Title X for their health care needs each year.

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