In just a few months, the Supreme Court will rule on a case that could strike down Roe v. Wade. It’s time for the Senate to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act (S. 1975.)
Next summer, the Supreme Court will rule on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization — a case that directly challenges Roe v. Wade. On top of that, anti-abortion state lawmakers have passed hundreds of laws making it nearly impossible for many Americans to access abortion care.
We can’t rely on the Supreme Court to protect abortion rights. The Women’s Health Protection Act has already passed in the House, and now the Senate must pass it to write Roe v. Wade into law.
The Women’s Health Protection Act protects Americans’ health and rights by:
Those who already face obstacles to accessing health care — including BIPOC, women, trans men, nonbinary folks, low-income, and young people — are hurt most by the abortion restrictions put in place by lawmakers across the country. Now more than ever, we need to fight for the right to abortion.
Tell your senators to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act so abortion access is available to all — no matter where they live.