Where do your senators stand on women's access to birth control?
After weeks of debate and an enormous outcry from Planned Parenthood supporters nationwide, the Senate rejected the Blunt amendment, a measure that would have allowed any employer to deny women who work for them insurance coverage for birth control if the employer had any moral or religious objection. The message is clear: birth control is basic health care, and your medical decisions should be between you and your doctor.
Find out how your senators voted, and then send them a message. We have to let legislators know that we won't stand for efforts to deny women access to basic health care.
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