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Barbara Lee
- Day 1

“The EACH Woman Act is a bold and groundbreaking step forward. This legislation would ensure that every woman can access ALL of her healthcare options…”

Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky - Day 2

“Women and their doctors should make medical decisions, not politicians.”

Congresswoman
Diana DeGette
- DAY 3

“The vast majority of Americans think that a woman’s private health care decisions should be made between herself, her family, and her doctor.”

Congresswoman
Louise Slaughter
- DAY 4

“It is grounded in the principle of equality for all Americans, and the fundamental right at the heart of the American experiment — that every individual can decide to live their life based upon their conscience, their decisions and their beliefs.”

Justice Thurgood Marshall - DAY 5

“The Hyde Amendment [is] designed to deprive poor and minority women of the constitutional right to choose abortion.”

National Network of Abortion Funds - DAY 6

“Abortion Funds are on the front-lines heeding calls nationwide from those who need, but cannot afford or access healthcare. The EACH Woman Act is a pivotal step toward making sure that ALL people with insurance can access all of their pregnancy options, regardless of income.”

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum - DAY 7

“Many Asian American and Pacific Islander women struggle to make ends meet–almost one-third of all Hmong, Burmese, and Bangladeshi American women in our community live in poverty. NAPAWF is all in to lift bans on abortion coverage to ensure their voices are heard.”

NARAL - DAY 8

“NARAL Pro-Choice America supports lifting the ban on abortion coverage because reproductive freedom is economic freedom!”

Advocates for Youth - DAY 9

“Advocates for Youth believes reproductive justice is inextricably linked with economic justice. We must stand up for young women and those living in poverty who are left struggling to access the abortion care they need because of stigma-induced bans on abortion coverage.”

Congresswoman
Gwen Moore
- DAY 10

“Low-income, particularly women of color, have been disproportionately affected by the implementation of Hyde.”

Western States Center - DAY 11

“Western States Center supports lifting abortion bans because people should be able to expect love and support instead of shame and silence.”

Dr. Willie Parker - DAY 12

“All health insurance plans should cover abortion. Whether it is federally funded, whether it is private insurance.”

Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton - DAY 13

“The abortion ban [restricting local DC funds from covering abortion] deprives DC’s low-income women of the reproductive rights exercised by other American women.”

In Our Own Voice / National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda - DAY 14

“The EACH Woman Act puts reproductive health decisions back in the hands of the woman, whether she has private or government-funded health insurance. This allows her to make the important personal decisions that are best for herself and her family.”

Congressman Raul Grijalva - DAY 15

“It’s time to repeal that Hyde Amendment that has been both discriminatory and punitive to women as a whole and discriminatory to women of color and poor women in this country.”

All* Above All 2 Year Anniversary - DAY 16

“As those who are most affected when politicians withhold abortion coverage, millennials and people of color are standing up to the continued avalanche of attempts to disenfranchise them and their decision-making.”

Congressman Mike Quigley - DAY 17

“The reality is, by banning public funds for abortion services, we are denying access to legal and constitutionally protected services. Having a right and being able to exercise that right are two very different things.”

Congressman Mike Honda - DAY 18

“…Access to full pregnancy care should not be denied to a woman because she is poor. Congress should not be able to deny women the right to make her own reproductive decisions. How long do we have to say that? How long? “

Center for Reproductive Rights - DAY 19

“Countries around the world have government health programs that provide insurance coverage for abortion. Not the United States. The Center for Reproductive Rights supports the EACH Woman Act because every woman deserves the care she needs—no matter her income or where she lives.”

Congresswoman Judy Chu - DAY 20

“We know that this attack on poor women is an attack on all women. By denying federal insurance coverage of abortion, Hyde puts this access out of reach for so many. We cannot sit back and watch the constitutional right of women deteriorate any further.”

Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz - DAY 21

“Stand up, be bold and take action to lift restrictions on abortion coverage–support the EACH Woman Act.”

Supreme Court Justice
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
- DAY 22

“A woman who can afford a plane ticket or a bus ticket will have a choice. Women who won’t have that choice are poor women.”

Congressman Ruben Gallego - DAY 23

“Proud to co-sponsor & support the EACH Woman Act to lift bans on abortion coverage.”

Congressman Earl Blumenauer - DAY 24

“Women have the right to make their own personal reproductive decisions – why I support the EACH Woman Act.”

Congressman Jerrold Nadler - DAY 25

“…it is neither justifiable nor necessary to prevent the federal funding of abortion. It is a frontal assault on the liberty and dignity of all American women.”

Physicians for Reproductive Health - DAY 26

“Patients deserve access to safe, legal, and compassionate care regardless of how much money they make or how they are insured. Physicians for Reproductive Health is all in because our patients deserve dignity, respect, and access to all reproductive health care options.”

Lizz Winstead and Lady Parts Justice - DAY 27

“Abortion services are needed by women across all racial and economic lines. To make it available only to the privileged is un-American.”

Reproductive Health Technologies Project - DAY 28

“The Reproductive Health Technologies Project believes politicians shouldn’t be able to deny abortion coverage to a woman just because she’s poor. A right without access is no right at all.”

Carolina Abortion Fund - DAY 29

“Carolina Abortion Fund was founded out of the need created by both private and government funded bans on abortion coverage in North Carolina. We support the EACH Woman Act and the powerful impact it will have on those who call us needing help paying for their abortions.”

Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon - DAY 30

“All people should be able to decide whether and when to parent based on what’s best for their families, not whether they can afford care. We support lifting bans on abortion coverage to increase access and ensure that policies reflect our lives and experiences.”

Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro - DAY 31

“The EACH Woman Act says that every women is entitled to make that decision and that politicians should not be interfering, no matter how much a woman earns, no matter how she is insured, she has the right to abortion coverage. “

Mabel Wadsworth Women’s Health Center - DAY 32

“Mabel Wadsworth Women’s Health Center supports lifting the bans that deny abortion coverage because a woman in charge of her body is in charge of her life.”

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee - DAY 33

“We should be providing access to women’s health care so low-income women would have the same opportunities to determine their own health care decisions as other women who have the access, but Federal funds haven’t been allowed for many, many years now.”

Black Women’s Health Imperative - DAY 34

“The Black Women’s Health Imperative supports the EACH Woman Act because its passage would lift the restrictions to access to abortion for millions of women of reproductive age who are enrolled in Medicaid.” -Linda G. Blount

Abortion Care Network - DAY 35

“Everyday abortion care providers see the real life impact on women, people and families when politicians interfere in health care decisions. The EACH Woman Act is an essential piece of legislation to ensure abortion care access, and we are proud to partner in this effort.”

Women’s Medical Fund - DAY 36

“As an abortion fund in Pennsylvania, everyday we see the prohibitive impact abortion restrictions have on women struggling to get by. We need the EACH Woman Act so politicians can no longer interfere with our decisions about abortion regardless of our income, where we live, or how we are insured.”

Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici - DAY 37

“Many low income women receive Medicaid or insurance policies that do not cover abortion. That is wrong, it’s unfair, it’s a restriction that must be lifted.”

Congressman Eric Swalwell - DAY 38

“Abortion has been legal for 40+ yrs. Time to #BeBoldEndHyde and stop denying poor women access to this legal procedure.”

Toni Preckwinkle and the Cook County Board - DAY 39

“The President and members of the Board of Commissioners of Cook County call for increased federal and state funding for comprehensive reproductive health care and to reinstate coverage for abortion services for women enrolled in public insurance programs.”

West Virginia Free - DAY 40

“Every woman knows what decision is the best for her body and her family. WV FREE supports women having a choice in their reproductive health.”

National Center for Lesbian Rights - DAY 41

“The National Center for Lesbian Rights supports the EACH Woman Act because with its passage women across the country, regardless of income, will be able to decide whether and when to parent based on what is best for them and their families.”

Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence - DAY 42

“As a woman, as a member of Congress, and as a proud America I will continue to fight so that all women, regardless of their zip code or their health insurance coverage, have equal access to reproductive health care.”

New York Abortion Access Fund - DAY 43

“Each day, NYAAF works with clients who are unable to afford the full cost of their abortion and the clinics who serve them. We are thrilled to partner with All* Above All to make abortion affordable and accessible in every state, including those that cover abortion with state funds under Medicaid.”

Women’s Information Network - DAY 44

“The Women’s Information Network (WIN) believes that all women should have access to an abortion, no matter their economic status or location, and we proudly support The EACH Woman Act.”

Congresswoman Jackie Speier - DAY 45

“The Hyde amendment represents that reprehensible law that suggests it’s okay to discriminate against women and it’s particularly okay to discriminate against poor women. And it’s time for us to shut that amendment down, get rid of it and put it into history books.”

Repeal Hyde Art Project - DAY 46

“We envision a world where people can choose to parent or not to parent with dignity, support, and respect. We are a proud supporter of the EACH Woman Act, a revolutionary piece of legislation that moves us closer to making that vision a reality.”

Pro-Choice Resources - DAY 47

“At PCR we envision a world free of reproductive oppression.  Denying a person abortion access for any reason is an act of reproductive oppression.  The EACH Woman Act would secure abortion coverage for millions of people and represent a giant step forward for reproductive justice.”

National Partnership for Women and Families - DAY 48

“Every woman deserves the ability to make her own health care decisions, regardless of income or source of insurance. As we celebrate Women’s Equality Day and the 95th anniversary of women’s right to vote, we must continue to fight for full equality for all women.”

Congresswoman Alma Adams - DAY 49

“It’s time to end the debate about a woman’s right to choose. The EACH Woman Act does just that!”

ACCESS Women’s Health Justice - DAY 50

“ACCESS envisions a future where there is an end to poverty and all affirm the right to self determination. The EACH Woman Act takes a bold step toward this vision. We are proud to live in Representative Lee’s district and support her fight for reproductive justice.”

Senator Edward Brooke - DAY 51

“If we now restrict or ban Medicaid funding for abortions, the government will accomplish for poor women indirectly what the 1973 [Supreme Court] opinion expressly forbade it to do directly…a right without access is no right at all.

Congressman Chris Van Hollen - DAY 52

“Limiting reproductive rights for low-income women is unjust and dangerous. I’m proud to support the EACH Woman Act!”

NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon - DAY 53

“NARAL Pro-Choice Oregon supports lifting abortion bans because ALL people should have the power and resources to make personal decisions for themselves and their families.”

Ipas - DAY 54

“Wherever they live, regardless of their economic status, women need comprehensive reproductive health services, including abortion. We are All* In because we oppose policies that restrict federal funding for legal abortion care, through the Hyde Amendment at home and the Helms Amendment on foreign aid.”

National Women’s Law Center - DAY 55

“The National Women’s Law Center believes it’s critical every woman has access to abortion regardless of her income, age, race, ethnicity, type of insurance coverage, or zip code and is a proud sponsor of the EACH Women Act.”

Jewish Women International - DAY 56

“Each woman deserves the right to make her own healthcare choices, according to her own conscience and circumstance. JWI supports the EACH Woman Act because it protects every woman’s ability to build a healthy and secure future, regardless of her income or insurance.”

North Dakota Women in Need Fund - DAY 57

“We look forward to the end of bans on abortion coverage. We support the EACH Woman Act because every woman has the right to bodily autonomy and all women should have access to reproductive health care, regardless of economic circumstance or location.”

Congressman Sam Farr - DAY 58

Thank you Rep. Sam Farr for being a supporter of the EACH Woman Act!

A Better Balance - DAY 59

“Motherhood is one of the greatest risk factors for poverty in the United States. As a matter of economic opportunity, all women, regardless of income, should have the freedom and support they need to decide whether and when to parent a child.”

Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United - DAY 60

“The restaurant industry’s low wages shouldn’t prevent anyone from accessing safe and affordable abortion care. Because women make up the majority of restaurant workers, especially tipped workers, ROC United supports efforts to ensure everyone can decide when, how, and if they want to become a parent.”

Legal Voice - DAY 61

“Restrictions on abortion coverage make choice elusive in practice; a woman’s options depend on where she lives, how much money she makes, and how she is insured. Legal Voice supports lifting these bans so that the promise of choice can become a reality for all.”

SisterReach - DAY 62

“Women and girls of color, poor and rural women are some of America’s most vulnerable populations. Access to safe and affordable abortion coverage is their human right and an opportunity for survival within a system that has turned its ass to the poor and disenfranchised.”

Reproductive Health Access Project - DAY 63

“The Reproductive Health Access Project is All* in to support the EACH Woman Act because we believe abortion care is basic health care that should be accessible to everyone!”

Eastern Massachusetts Abortion Fund - DAY 64

“We proudly support the Each Woman Act because the ability to get an abortion shouldn’t be a privilege reserved for those with more money. We join demanding a full spectrum of reproductive healthcare options for all, no matter their income, insurance provider, or zip code.”

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance - DAY 65

“APALA is committed to advance worker, immigrant, and civil rights through organizing, advocacy and education in the AAPI community. We support efforts like the EACH Woman Act to ensure everyone can decide when, how, and if they want to parent without facing discriminatory policies.”

National Council of Asian Pacific Americans - DAY 66

NCAPA strongly supports equal access to affordable reproductive health care for all women. The EACH Woman Act would lift barriers to health coverage and enable our Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities to make their decisions without political interference.

Center for Community Change Action - DAY 67

“The Center for Community Change Action supports the EACH Women Act because economic justice necessitates women have access to safe, affordable, reproductive care. It’s fundamental to everything else we fight for every day. The EACH Women Act is an important step in the right direction.”

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health - DAY 68

“The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health is ALL* in to lift coverage bans and build toward the day when every Latin@ is able to live with salud, dignidad, y justicia.”

Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program, Hampshire College - DAY 69

“Abortion access for all IS reproductive justice. We support removing economic barriers so that a full range of pregnancy-related care, including abortion, is a real choice for all people.”

National Institute for Reproductive Health - DAY 70

“We support the EACH Woman Act because each woman should have the right and ability to access abortion care if it’s the right decision for her and her family. We’re proud to support the movement for abortion coverage in cities and states across the country.”

Preterm and
Women Have Options
- DAY 71

“Preterm and Women Have Options believe that each woman should be able to make the best reproductive health decisions for her circumstances!”

Congressman Ami Bera - DAY 72

Thank you Rep. Ami Bera for being a supporter of the EACH Woman Act!

Positive Women’s Network - DAY 73

“Positive Women’s Network- USA advances rights, dignity and justice for women living with HIV.  We are ALL IN to support efforts like the EACH Woman Act to ensure everyone has the right to decide when, how, and if they want to parent without facing discrimination and barriers to access.”

Congresswoman Lois Frankel - DAY 74

“Whether you’re a hotel maid or a banker, the amount of money in your pocket should not determine your access to care.”

Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR) - DAY 75

“Policies that deny coverage in order to make abortion care unaffordable have a disparate impact on women of color. COLOR is all in because we believe that every person should be able to decide for themselves whether they are ready to parent.”

Guttmacher Institute - DAY 76

“The Guttmacher Institute strongly supports the EACH Woman Act. Achieving true equity in access to abortion coverage for low-income women goes to the heart of what it means to possess a right to safe and legal abortion that is not merely theoretical, but also meaningful.”

Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice - DAY 77

“America is at its best when our laws match our compassion. We must remove these bans and respect that each woman has the God-given ability to make her own decisions about when, how, and under what circumstances to become a parent.”

New Orleans Abortion Fund - DAY 78

“Every day, NOAF’s hotline lights up with calls from women throughout Louisiana seeking financial assistance to pay for their abortion care. By ensuring abortion coverage regardless of economic situation, the EACH Woman Act guarantees all women the right to control their bodies and their destinies.”

Congressman Keith Ellison - DAY 79

Thank you Rep. Ellison for being a supporter of the EACH Woman Act!

Congressman John Conyers - DAY 80

Thank you Rep. Conyers for being a supporter of the EACH Woman Act!

Congressman Tony Cárdenas - DAY 81

Thank you Rep. Cárdenas for being a supporter of the EACH Woman Act!

Congressman Hank Johnson - DAY 82

Thank you Rep. Johnson for being a supporter of the EACH Woman Act!

National LGBTQ Task Force - DAY 84

“We fully support the EACH Woman Act.  For decades, studies have shown that young lesbian and bisexual women are twice as likely as straight women to become pregnant, therefore access to abortion is an issue that directly impacts LGBTQ people.”

Chicago Abortion Fund - DAY 85

“We believe all women deserve access to abortion care regardless of race or class. The EACH Woman Act would make that a reality for many of our callers. We BOLDLY support the EACH Woman Act!”

In memory of Rosie Jimenez - DAY 86

We honor the memory of Rosaura Jiménez, Latina mother, Texan, and teaching student who on, October 3, 1977, died from an unsafe abortion because the Hyde Amendment denied her health coverage for a safe and legal abortion.

Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham - DAY 87

Thank you Rep. Lujan Grisham for being a supporter of the EACH Woman Act!

Congressman Jim McDermott - DAY 88

Thank you Rep. McDermott for being a supporter of the EACH Woman Act!

URGE - DAY 89

“The EACH Woman Act brings us closer to a world where all young people can access the reproductive healthcare they need – including abortion – without facing unnecessary barriers.”

National Council of Jewish Women - DAY 90

“NCJW is ALL IN for the EACH Woman Act because Judaism teaches us to pursue justice for all. Every individual — regardless of their income, insurance, or zip code — has the right to make their own decision about abortion, based on their own faith and circumstances.”

Center for American Progress - DAY 91

“Lifting the bans on abortion coverage ensure that all women have the ability to make their own health care decisions and invest in their full potential.”

Lilith Fund and Texas Equal Action Fund - DAY 92

“TEA Fund and Lilith Fund believe Texans deserve access to comprehensive healthcare — and that abortion IS healthcare. No one should be denied access due to income, race, sexual orientation, language barriers, immigration status or geographic region. That’s why we enthusiastically support the EACH Woman Act!”

9to5 - DAY 93

“9to5 organizes for family-sustaining wages and workplace policies, and an end to discrimination and poverty. We support the EACH Woman Act because all women must have the power and resources to decide if and when to have children. It’s a matter of basic economic security.”

 

Senator Dianne Feinstein - DAY 94

Speaking about the Hyde Amendment in the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act debate on the floor of the Senate, Senator Feinstein said, “…it is about our reproductive systems. This has been a battle for our identity.”

Planned Parenthood Federation of America - DAY 95

“For far too long, America has penalized low-income women seeking safe, legal abortion. The EACH Woman Act helps right that wrong and ensure every woman — no matter how much money she makes, or what insurance she has — to get the care she needs.”

Women’s Health Specialists - DAY 96

“For 40 years, we’ve advocated for a world where women control their own bodies, reproduction, and sexuality. Through nine feminist clinics in California, we provide abortion care and reach out to our own communities, state, and nation to reduce abortion stigma and stand for reproductive justice.”

National Women’s Health Network - DAY 97

“Denying a woman coverage for abortion care because she is poor is unfair and unjust. The National Women’s Health Network boldly stands with All* Above All and our allies in support of the EACH Woman Act to restore abortion coverage for low-income women.”

National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association - DAY 98

“NFPRHA represents publicly funded family planning providers nationwide, and consistently sees the negative impact on women and families when ideologically driven restrictions on access to abortion are imposed. NFPRHA believes all women should have access to abortion care regardless of income or insurance status.  “

Forward Together - DAY 99

“Every person deserves the power and resources they need to make personal decisions for themselves and their families – that’s why it’s PAST time to lift the bans on abortion coverage!”

A is For - DAY 100

“A is For is dedicated to eradicating abortion stigma because abortion is health care and a human and constitutional right. Bans on abortion coverage are a violation of those rights. It’s well past time to remove these bans and promote access to safe abortion care.”

We are BRAVE. - DAY 101

We are engaging in #ActsofBoldness big and small to show our support for lifting the bans that deny abortion coverage. We are UNITED. We are ready to make Hyde history. Join us.