Congress: Women’s Health Decisions Are Personal
Some members of Congress are working overtime trying to place restrictions on women’s reproductive health care.
This January, a new Congress, including many newly elected members, will get to work. Lawmakers either can set a new, positive agenda on women’s health, or they can spend another two years trying to limit your ability to make decisions about your own reproductive health.
If women speak up now – loudly and in one voice – we can send the message that decisions about our reproductive health are not up for debate.
Will you sign our petition?
Decisions about women’s reproductive health are personal. As you prepare to take office in 2013, you can either set a new, positive agenda on women’s health, or spend another two years trying to limit my ability to make decisions about my own reproductive health.
My decisions about birth control, pregnancy and reproductive health services are not up for grabs.
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