We must protect the right to contraception before it’s too late.

When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Justice Clarence Thomas wrote that the court should also “reconsider” the right to contraception.

Three weeks later, Congress voted on the Right to Contraception Act. Ninety percent of House Republicans voted against it, including Arizona Reps. Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar, David Schweikert, and Debbie Lesko.

Seeing the threat to contraception, Arizona leaders like Governor Hobbs stepped up in support of a statewide Right to Contraception Act. The bill would have protected basic contraception like IUDs and Plan B in Arizona. But every Republican in the state legislature voted it DOWN.

"Bayer Company invented aspirin. Put it between your knees," said Arizona Senate Majority Leader Sonny Borrelli, suggesting that women should stop having sex rather than using contraception.

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Now, we’re going on offense. We need to make sure our representatives know that we will not stand for anyone who sits idly by while our fundamental right to contraception is at risk. We need action and we need it now – anything less than full support for the Right to Contraception Act will be remembered.

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Send a Letter

Protecting the right to contraception should be a priority for Arizona’s state leaders. Make sure they know you want them to act: Send a letter to your state legislators urging them to take up and pass the Right to Contraception Act.

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