control access is under attack.
President Trump and his administration are
steamrolling ahead with their agenda to roll back access to birth control under
the Affordable Care Act. According to a leaked draft of a new rule, the Trump
administration plans to give bosses more power to deny their workers access to
birth control coverage. After the rule is finalized, it would go into effect
immediately. More than 55 million
women – including 1.4 million women in Massachusetts – now have guaranteed
access to affordable birth control thanks to the ACA’s no copay birth control
benefit. Contact your state lawmakers
today and ask them to prioritize the passage of the Contraceptive ACCESS bill,
legislation that would safeguard and improve no copay birth control coverage
here in Massachusetts.
Prioritize passing the Contraceptive ACCESS Bill
Dear [Decision Maker],
I am writing to you today in support of S. 499/H. 536, An Act Relative to Advancing Contraception Coverage and Economic Security in our State, or the Contraceptive ACCESS bill.President Trump and his administration are actively taking steps to restrict women's access to affordable birth control. According to a leaked draft of a new rule, the Trump administration plans to give bosses more power to deny their workers access to birth control coverage. This rule would go into effect immediately once it is finalized and would allow any employer to opt out of coverage for any reason. As national threats to birth control access escalate, I ask that you lead on this issue locally by passing the Contraceptive ACCESS bill.
Sincerely,[Your Name] [City, State ZIP][Your Email]