On The Road To Reproductive Justice

We’re hitting the road! We’re headed to 17 cities and 15 states in the next year, raising awareness to lift bans on abortion coverage. Get in on the action as we hold politicians accountable, thank providers, and rally supporters — while having some fun in the name of ending Hyde once and for all. RSVP below or follow us on Instagram or Twitter #BoldAFOnTheRoad

Our ability to make real decisions about pregnancy and parenting can’t be separated from the economic realities of our lives. Each of us, no matter our gender, race, or occupation, should be able to live, work, and make decisions about the future with dignity and with the resources we need to thrive.

Trump and Pence continue to push their extreme agenda of punishment and shame, but we’re IGNITED to lift coverage bans and fight for reproductive justice. For more than four decades, politicians have pushed abortion out of reach for poor women, young folks, and people of color through the Hyde Amendment. Restrictions on abortion coverage fall hardest on low-income people, women of color, immigrants, and young people.

Join us to get IGNITED for a vision of dignity, respect, and opportunity and tell our senators to lift the coverage bans on abortion – once and for all.

 

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Trump and Pence continue to push their extreme agenda of punishment and shame, but we’re IGNITED to lift coverage bans and fight for reproductive justice.

For more than four decades, politicians have pushed abortion out of reach for poor women, young folks, and people of color through the Hyde Amendment. Restrictions on abortion coverage fall hardest on low-income people, women of color, immigrants, and young people.

Now we are IGNITED to lift abortion coverage bans once and for all. Join us to get IGNITED for a vision of dignity, respect, and opportunity and tell our senators to lift the coverage bans on abortion – once and for all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, holds extreme views that don’t represent the majority of people in this country. He would also certainly advance Trump and Pence’s agenda of punishment and shame on abortion, immigration, and workers’ rights. Here’s what we know about Judge Kavanaugh:

  • Trump said his short list of potential nominees would only include people who would gut Roe v. Wade;
  • He ruled in favor of the Trump Administration’s attempts to block Jane Doe, a young immigrant woman, from getting an abortion;
  • He has voted to allow a boss’ religious beliefs to override an individual’s right to insurance coverage of birth control;
  • He argued in favor of a claim that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional; and
  • In employment discrimination cases, he has sided against employees and in favor of companies time and time again.

Now is the time for everyone to speak out and show up. It will take every one of us – advocates, organizers, service providers, artists, clinics, abortion funds, and more, to fight for the future our communities need to thrive.

TELL YOUR SENATORS TO REJECT JUDGE KAVANAUGH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, holds extreme views that don’t represent the majority of people in this country. He would also certainly advance Trump and Pence’s agenda of punishment and shame on abortion, immigration, and workers’ rights. Here’s what we know about Judge Kavanaugh:

  • Trump said his short list of potential nominees would only include people who would gut Roe v. Wade;
  • He ruled in favor of the Trump Administration’s attempts to block Jane Doe, a young immigrant woman, from getting an abortion;
  • He has voted to allow a boss’ religious beliefs to override an individual’s right to insurance coverage of birth control;
  • He argued in favor of a claim that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional; and
  • In employment discrimination cases, he has sided against employees and in favor of companies time and time again.

Now is the time for everyone to speak out and show up. It will take every one of us – advocates, organizers, service providers, artists, clinics, abortion funds, and more, to fight for the future our communities need to thrive.

TELL YOUR SENATORS TO REJECT JUDGE KAVANAUGH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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House Bill 1438 would require that private and public health benefit plans regulated by the state must cover, without a deductible, coinsurance, copayment or any other cost-sharing requirement the full range of reproductive health care. It is better when we can all manage our health, plan for our families and become parents when we are ready.

This coverage would include preconception care, contraception, STI screening and treatment, prenatal care, labor and delivery, postpartum care, breastfeeding support and services, and abortion to the full extent permitted under the Colorado constitution.

Colorado has an opportunity to be BOLD and forward-thinking. Few states offer such comprehensive care and this would have such a positive impact on Coloradans across the state. Take action today!

 

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Already, too many women are denied abortions because of how much they earn. The EACH Woman Act ensures that we aren’t interfering with a woman’s decision about abortion based on her income, how she is insured, or where she lives. This legislation is a message to the Trump-Pence administration: we are fighting for a future where our families can thrive, which includes women making our own decisions about pregnancy and parenting.

Luckily, Rep. Eshoo agrees. She boldly cosponsored this bill in the last congressional session. It has been reintroduced and we need her BRAVE support again.

Tell Rep. Eshoo to co-sponsor the EACH Woman Act!

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West Virginians want good jobs and healthy families–not politically motivated attacks on health care. Yet politicians in Charleston are spending time debating bills to change the constitution and take away women’s healthcare decisions and insurance coverage.

Tell your legislators to stop playing politics with women’s health and vote NO on SJR 12.

CONTACT YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For 45 years, Roe v. Wade has kept abortion legal in the U.S. – but it hasn’t stopped politicians from the White House to state houses across the country from enacting restrictions that push abortion out of reach for poor women, young folks, and people of color. We RISE UP to realize the promise of Roe, end coverage bans, and resist Trump’s extreme anti-abortion agenda. Join us!

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