Andrea Flynn is a fellow at the Roosevelt Forward, where she researches and writes about issues that impact women and families. She explores connections between reproductive health care and poverty, state-level restrictions to family planning and abortion, inequality and maternal mortality, and various economic policies that impact the economic security of women and families.

In The New Republic, Roosevelt’s Andrea Flynn looks at the past positions of Carly Fiorina and what they could mean for American women and families. She concludes that  Carly Fiorina is really a Trojan Horse in the GOP’s war on women and if she were to become President in 2017 she would do real damage

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This policy note argues that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) should not be weakened by court ruling or overturned by legislative action and instead should be expanded and strengthened. In the coming days the Supreme Court will decide yet another case that will determine the fate of that law and the health coverage it has

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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) represents an unprecedented expansion of the nation’s health care system and an historic investment in the health of American women and girls. The ACA has already improved the lives of millions and will make health care accessible for millions more as rollout continues this year and next. Fulfilling the

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