October, 2016. It’s election season and GRRs are out talking about the economic impact of reproductive health. At Bath’s Citizen Involvement Day, lots of people stop by to thank us for keeping the issue of reproductive rights on the table. This fall, our focus is the economic impact of access to reproductive healthcare. When women can reduce unintended pregnancies they are able to finish their education, get a better start in the workforce, and plan their families. The cost of government provided healthcare goes down and the ability of families to take care of themselves goes up. It’s good for women and their families, and it’s good for all tax payers.
Reproductive Healthcare Economics.
October 14, 2016