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Government & You

When an important bill goes through Congress, we all hear about it. But powerful people at all levels of government have a big influence on your right to choose. That includes the president, Supreme Court justices, your governor, and many more.

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Tell Republicans: Stop Playing Politics with Human Trafficking Survivors

A Senate bill supported by both parties would help survivors of sex trafficking get their lives back on track, but anti-choice Republicans refuse to support it unless survivors are denied access to abortion care.

Tell Sen. McConnell: Stop Playing Politics and Start doing your job!

Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell wants an abortion ban included in a bill that would help survivors of human trafficking and has publicly announced he won't consider the attorney general nomination until that bill passes.

Featured Efforts

Exposing Anti-Choice Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Anti-choice CPCs mislead and manipulate people facing unintended pregnancies. Learn More »

We Stopped Michael Boggs' Confirmation

Find out how we stopped the confirmation of anti-choice Michael Boggs to a lifetime position on the federal bench. Learn More »

  • U.S. Government

    We have a pro-choice president. But the U.S. House and Senate are under anti-choice control. Find out what this means for choice.

  • State Governments

    Politicians across the country are attacking choice. What choice-related laws are in your state?


News & Updates

Tennessee Will Make Abortion Access More Difficult

The governor of Tennessee is poised to sign a bill that will make it more difficult for women to access abortion care.

Supreme Court Case Could Roll Back Gains in Health Insurance Coverage

If the Supreme Court rules the wrong way in King v. Burwell, it could result in skyrocketing premiums and an estimated 8 million more uninsured people.

You Won't Believe this North Carolina Bill

Anti-choice legislators are trying "to literally produce less intelligent doctors."


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