WASHINGTON — A group of medical professionals and women’s health experts, including Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries Executive Director Katy Talento, will be speaking in defense of women in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 26, 2024.

 The Court will hear oral arguments that day in U.S. Food and Drug Administration v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine.

 The case involves the FDA’s challenge of a lower court ruling that it must reinstate its own guidelines placed on the chemical abortion drug mifepristone when the agency first approved the drug in 2000. Since then, the FDA has rolled back several of these safeguards, such as the requirement for in-person dispensation of mifepristone by the prescriber, which has opened the door for dangerous mail-order abortions with no medical supervision.

 “Women deserve better than the increasing dangers served up by political activists at the FDA. Regulatory agencies are supposed to protect the public from short-cuts taken and health hazards created by greedy corporate interests, but in this case, like so many we’ve seen over the past few years, FDA is aggressively protecting Big Pharma’s interests from us instead,” Talento said.

 “Whether it’s ignoring contamination of baby food with heavy metals, twiddling thumbs during the baby formula shortage, or now removing doctors from caring for women taking a dangerous drug that the FDA admits sends 1 in 25 women to the emergency room, this is clearly a lawless agency that has declared war on America’s mothers and babies.”


Talento, who signed a friend of the court brief in the case, will focus in her speech not only on the threat to women’s health but also on the importance of protecting pro-mother, pro-baby, and pro-life health care, including Health Care Sharing Ministries.

WHO:             Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries Executive Director Katy Talento

WHAT:           FDA v. AHM Rally for Pregnant Women’s Health

WHERE:        In front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C.

WHEN:           Tuesday, March 26, 2024


Katy Talento is the Executive Director of the Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries. She is a veteran policy advisor, health care reformer, epidemiologist, naturopathic doctor, and thought leader. As the former top health advisor at the White House Domestic Policy Council, Katy spearheaded transformative policies to protect religious liberty in health care, end secret health care prices across the United States, end predatory medical collections practices, lower prescription drug prices, guarantee health records access and interoperability for patients and their care teams, combat the opioid addiction crisis and eliminate domestic HIV/AIDS. She first developed her take-no-prisoners approach to waste and corruption as an oversight investigator and legislative director on Capitol Hill, born of love and duty toward the hardworking American taxpayers.


Prior to her White House appointment, Katy served five U.S. Senators over a 15-year period, including as top health advisor and manager of legislative staff and oversight investigators. She also worked in the private sector helping multinational energy companies protect their global workforce from infectious diseases such as malaria, dengue and the largest community-based HIV/AIDS service organization in the US. On the faculty at Georgetown University Medical School, Katy managed the Washington site of a multi-site NIH-funded pulmonology study.


Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., the Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries is a 501(c)(6) trade organization representing the common interests of Health Care Sharing Ministries which are facilitating the sharing of health care needs (financial, emotional, and spiritual) by individuals and families, and their participants. The Alliance engages with federal and state regulators, members of the media, and the Christian community to provide accurate and timely information on health care sharing.


To learn more about the Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries, visit www.ahcsm.org or follow the ministry on Facebook or Twitter.




To schedule interviews with Katy Talento, contact Media@HamiltonStrategies.com, Beth Bogucki, 610.584.1096 ext. 105.





 To interview a representative from The Alliance of Health Care Sharing Ministries, contact Media@HamiltonStrategies.com, Beth Bogucki, 610.584.1096, ext. 105.