National Coalition of Abortion Providers

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The National Coalition of Abortion Providers (NCAP) was a trade association created to represent independent abortion providers in the United States. Founded in 1990, it was based in Washington, D.C.

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From its inception in 1990 until early 2004, NCAP was led by its founding executive director, Ronald J. Fitzsimmons.[1] After Fitzsimmons' departure, NCAP was led by President Jane Bovard (2004–2005), executive director Steven Emmert (2005–2007),[2] and then by interim executive director Diana Philip.[3] In 2008, NCAP dissolved and merged with the Abortion Conversation Project to form the Abortion Care Network.

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