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Our Reproductive Rights at Risk

(and what you can do about it)

At Supermajority, we believe that in order for women to be equal, our bodies must be respected. That’s Majority Rule #2. And it means every woman across the country, no matter their race, income, or zip code, must have legal access to safe abortion care.

Join us and stand up and protect our freedom to vote — anti-abortion politicians know the easiest way to stop us from making our own decisions about our own bodies is to keep us from voting. But we won’t let them.  

Need somewhere to start? Take a deep breath, and then call your senators and ask them to protect your reproductive freedom and pass the Women’s Health Protection Act today.

Our reproductive freedom has never been in greater danger.

On Dec. 1, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case that threatens our reproductive freedom. We can expect the court to release a decision in the next three months.

This case is a big deal — it is a direct threat to the existing rules set up in past Supreme Court cases (specifically Roe v. Wade and Casey v. Planned Parenthood), which confirm that abortion is our right and is protected by the U.S. Constitution.

For decades, rightwing, anti-abortion extremists have been working on a coordinated, manipulative strategy to strip away access to abortion care. They’ve worked to pass a barrage of laws aimed at limiting reproductive freedom for women in states across the country for political gain. It’s not about us or about what we need to make our own health and medical decisions, it’s about control.

They’ve been playing the long game. And their moment has arrived.

So how did we get here?

In 2018, Mississippi’s GOP-led legislature passed a law that banned abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy — defying the law set by Roe v. Wade which prevents states from from banning abortions before 24 weeks. The court’s decision to take up the case means our rights are on the line.

This is not a drill. If the Supreme Court upholds the Mississippi law, it could embolden even more states to pass dangerous anti-abortion laws. And even if the court falls short of ending our right to abortion care, there will still be new barriers to our reproductive freedom.

A majority of voters support abortion access. That’s a fact. Another fact: Women make up the majority of voters and have the power to determine the outcome of every election going forward.

Let’s show them our power.

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