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Today, the Senate voted to move forward with an effort to pass Trumpcare, which would repeal Obamacare and “defund” Planned Parenthood. The move came despite millions of people across the country expressing opposition and outrage at the various pieces of legislation that have been proposed — which would all leave tens of millions uninsured, charge women more for less insurance coverage, and prevent millions of people with Medicaid coverage from coming to Planned Parenthood health centers for basic, preventive care.


Vice President Mike Pence, who authored the original legislation to “defund” Planned Parenthood as a congressman, had to cast the tie-breaking vote on the worst bill for women’s health in a generation.

This is our last chance to stop what could become an unprecedented disaster for American health care. Lawmakers need to hear the outrage and anger provoked by this attack on our care.

Speak out now: Read our list of Senators who voted in favor of this dangerous bill, and if you see yours, tell them we will not forget that they stripped our access to care — and will not forgive:


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Alabama      
Shelby (R-AL) Yes @SenShelby RichardShelby
Strange (R-AL) Yes @SenatorStrange SenatorLutherStrange
Alaska      
Murkowski (R-AK) No @LisaMurkowski SenLisaMurkowski
Sullivan (R-AK) Yes @SenDanSullivan SenDanSullivan
Arizona      
Flake (R-AZ) Yes @JeffFlake senatorjeffflake
McCain (R-AZ) Yes @SenJohnMcCain johnmccain
Arkansas      
Boozman (R-AR) Yes @JohnBoozman BoozmanforArkansas
Cotton (R-AR) Yes @SenTomCotton TomCottonAR
California      
Feinstein (D-CA) No @SenFeinstein SenatorFeinstein
Harris (D-CA) No @KamalaHarris KamalaHarris
Colorado      
Bennet (D-CO) No @SenBennetCo senbennetco
Gardner (R-CO) Yes @SenCoryGardner SenCoryGardner
Connecticut      
Blumenthal (D-CT) No @SenBlumenthal SenBlumenthal
Murphy (D-CT) No @SenMurphyOffice ChrisMurphyCT
Delaware      
Carper (D-DE) No @SenatorCarper tomcarper
Coons (D-DE) No @SenCoonsOffice senatorchriscoons
Florida      
Nelson (D-FL) No @SenBillNelson billnelson
Rubio (R-FL) Yes @SenRubioPress SenatorMarcoRubio
Georgia      
Isakson (R-GA) Yes @SenatorIsakson isakson
Perdue (R-GA) Yes @SenDavidPerdue SenatorDavidPerdue
Hawaii      
Hirono (D-HI) No @MazieHirono senatorhirono
Schatz (D-HI) No @SenBrianSchatz SenBrianSchatz
Idaho      
Crapo (R-ID) Yes @MikeCrapo mikecrapo
Risch (R-ID) Yes @SenatorRisch --
Illinois      
Duckworth (D-IL) No @SenDuckworth TammyForIllinois
Durbin (D-IL) No @SenatorDurbin SenatorDurbin
Indiana      
Donnelly (D-IN) No @SenDonnelly senatordonnelly
Young (R-IN) Yes @SenToddYoung SenatorToddYoung
Iowa      
Ernst (R-IA) Yes @SenJoniErnst senjoniernst
Grassley (R-IA) Yes @ChuckGrassley grassley
Kansas      
Moran (R-KS) Yes @JerryMoran jerrymoran
Roberts (R-KS) Yes @SenPatRoberts SenPatRoberts
Kentucky      
McConnell (R-KY) Yes @McConnellPress McConnellForSenate
Paul (R-KY) Yes @RandPaul RandPaul
Louisiana      
Cassidy (R-LA) Yes @BillCassidy BillCassidy
Kennedy (R-LA) Yes @SenJohnKennedy SenatorJohnKennedy
Maine      
Collins (R-ME) No @SenatorCollins susancollins
King (I-ME) No @SenAngusKing angusformaine
Maryland      
Cardin (D-MD) No @SenatorCardin senatorbencardin
Van Hollen (D-MD) No @ChrisVanHollen chrisvanhollen
Massachusetts      
Markey (D-MA) No @SenMarkey EdJMarkey
Warren (D-MA) No @SenWarren senatorelizabethwarren
Michigan      
Peters (D-MI) No @SenGaryPeters PetersForMichigan
Stabenow (D-MI) No @SenStabenow SenatorStabenow
Minnesota      
Franken (D-MN) No @SenFranken senatoralfranken
Klobuchar (D-MN) No @AmyKlobuchar amyklobuchar
Mississippi      
Cochran (R-MS) Yes @SenThadCochran --
Wicker (R-MS) Yes @SenatorWicker SenatorWicker
Missouri      
Blunt (R-MO) Yes @RoyBlunt SenatorBlunt
McCaskill (D-MO) No @McCaskillOffice senatormccaskill
Montana      
Daines (R-MT) Yes @SteveDaines SteveDainesMT
Tester (D-MT) No @SenatorTester senatortester
Nebraska      
Fischer (R-NE) Yes @SenatorFischer senatordebfischer
Sasse (R-NE) Yes @SenSasse SenatorSasse
Nevada      
Cortez Masto (D-NV) No @SenCortezMasto SenatorCortezMasto
Heller (R-NV) Yes @SenDeanHeller DeanHeller
New Hampshire      
Hassan (D-NH) No @SenatorHassan SenatorHassan
Shaheen (D-NH) No @SenatorShaheen SenatorShaheen
New Jersey      
Booker (D-NJ) No @SenBookerOffice corybooker
Menendez (D-NJ) No @SenatorMenendez senatormenendez
New Mexico      
Heinrich (D-NM) No @MartinHeinrich MartinHeinrich
Udall (D-NM) No @SenatorTomUdall senatortomudall
New York      
Gillibrand (D-NY) No @SenGillibrand KirstenGillibrand
Schumer (D-NY) No @SenSchumer senschumer
North Carolina      
Burr (R-NC) Yes @SenatorBurr SenatorRichardBurr
Tillis (R-NC) Yes @SenThomTillis SenatorThomTillis
North Dakota      
Heitkamp (D-ND) No @SenatorHeitkamp SenatorHeidiHeitkamp
Hoeven (R-ND) Yes @SenJohnHoeven SenatorJohnHoeven
Ohio      
Brown (D-OH) No @SenSherrodBrown sherrod
Portman (R-OH) Yes @SenRobPortman senrobportman
Oklahoma      
Inhofe (R-OK) Yes @JimInhofe jiminhofe
Lankford (R-OK) Yes @SenatorLankford SenatorLankford
Oregon      
Merkley (D-OR) No @SenJeffMerkley JeffMerkleyOregon
Wyden (D-OR) No @RonWyden wyden
Pennsylvania      
Casey (D-PA) No @SenBobCasey SenatorBobCasey
Toomey (R-PA) Yes @SenToomey senatortoomey
Rhode Island      
Reed (D-RI) No @SenJackReed SenJackReed
Whitehouse (D-RI) No @SenWhitehouse SenatorWhitehouse
South Carolina      
Graham (R-SC) Yes @LindseyGrahamSC LindseyGrahamSC
Scott (R-SC) Yes @SenatorTimScott SenatorTimScott
South Dakota      
Rounds (R-SD) Yes @SenatorRounds SenatorMikeRounds
Thune (R-SD) Yes @SenJohnThune johnthune
Tennessee      
Alexander (R-TN) Yes @SenAlexander senatorlamaralexander
Corker (R-TN) Yes @SenBobCorker bobcorker
Texas      
Cornyn (R-TX) Yes @JohnCornyn johncornyn
Cruz (R-TX) Yes @SenTedCruz SenatorTedCruz
Utah      
Hatch (R-UT) Yes @SenOrrinHatch senatororrinhatch
Lee (R-UT) Yes @SenMikeLee senatormikelee
Vermont      
Leahy (D-VT) No @SenatorLeahy SenatorPatrickLeahy
Sanders (I-VT) No @SenSanders senatorsanders
Virginia      
Kaine (D-VA) No @TimKaine timkaine
Warner (D-VA) No @MarkWarner MarkRWarner
Washington      
Cantwell (D-WA) No @SenatorCantwell senatorcantwell
Murray (D-WA) No @PattyMurray pattymurray
West Virginia      
Capito (R-WV) Yes @SenCapito ShelleyMooreCapito
Manchin (D-WV) No @Sen_JoeManchin JoeManchinIII
Wisconsin      
Baldwin (D-WI) No @SenatorBaldwin senatortammybaldwin
Johnson (R-WI) Yes @SenRonJohnson RonJohnsonWI
Wyoming      
Barrasso (R-WY) Yes @SenJohnBarrasso johnbarrasso
Enzi (R-WY) Yes @SenatorEnzi mikeenzi

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