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We need you at the Capitol on Tuesday!

The Florida Senate is voting on SB 404, the forced parental consent bill, and we need to act. We’re doing everything we can to get supporters like you to help stop this bad bill and protect our access to abortion. There are advocates traveling from all over Florida to occupy the Capitol! Join them and be part of the resistance!

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How to get involved

If you're in Tallahassee or nearby, join us at the Florida Capitol building any time from 3:00 PM until 9:00 PM. If you need help with travel within Tallahassee, please contact our local organizer and they can help you out!

If you're outside Tallahassee, check out the bus groups below. We have folks coming from all over the state! Space is limited so claim your seat right away.

Find your local group and claim a seat:

Tampa / St. Pete

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Miami, Broward and Palm Beach

Join our lobby days group - meet with your legislators and participate in the occupy event.

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About SB 404

This legislation is just the first step in a much larger and more alarming plan to overturn Florida’s unique privacy protections that prevent politicians from interfering in decisions made between a patient and their doctor.

Most young people involve at least one parent in their abortion decision, those who don’t often have good reason not to. Forcing them to go before a judge, who could decide they’re not mature enough to access an abortion but are mature enough to have a child, delays access, which leads to more invasive, expensive and harder to access later-term abortions.

It’s clear this bill is a risk to our reproductive health and privacy rights. That’s why we’re coordinating the effort to bring hundreds of supporters like you to the Capitol! You being there could make all the difference in preserving Florida as a bastion of reproductive health care access in the South.