Tell Congress: Vote NO on Bills that Attack the Right to Choose
Congress is considering anti-chice bills that could change women's access to abortion forever.
One of the bills would allow hospitals to refuse to provide abortion care, even when necessary to save a woman's life. Another bill would force you and your family to pay more taxes if your health plan covers abortion.
The new anti-choice leaders in Congress are out of control.
They came to Washington claiming they were going to fight to improve the economy for all American families, but have dedicated their first months in office to attacking a woman's right to choose. What happened to their jobs agenda?
We need your help to fight this attack on women's rights.
Take action today and tell your representatives in Congress to vote NO on H.R.3 and H.R.358.
As your constituent, I am writing today to urge you to vote against two dangerous bills, H.R.3 and H.R.358.
H.R.3 is an attempt to restrict a woman's right to choose, and goes far beyond current law. This legislation would force families and small businesses to pay higher taxes if their private insurance plans include abortion and currently, 87 percent of insurance plans do.
H.R.358 would allow hospitals to refuse to provide abortion care, even when necessary to save a woman's life. It would also make it virtually impossible for private insurance companies that participate in the new health system to offer abortion coverage to women. As a result, women entering the new health system could lose coverage they already have.
Congress should focus on improving our economy and creating jobs, not attacking women's rights.
Please reject this legislation.
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