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Florida's 2019 Legislative Session

Your one stop source for updates and information on the reproductive health care fights happening in the state's capitol.

This Week @ The Capitol

This Week @ The Capitol

Weeks 5 and 6, April 1-12

The last two weeks at the Capitol have been full of action. Watch our latest recap video to see how volunteer advocates have been turning the capitol pink and fighting to stop SB 1774/HB 1335, a bill that restricts abortion access for young people. 

Learn more about this dangerous bill.

Issues and Bills to Watch

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Youth Advocates for Safe and Legal Abortion

Young Floridians are calling for bold and unabashed support of abortion rights!

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HB 227 / SB 412

The Clinic Protection Act

Greater protections for reproductive health care patients and providers, including greater enforcement of existing legal protections and increased vigilance by law enforcement

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HB 576 / SB 410

The LARC Bill

This bill would launch countywide pilot programs in Duval, Hillsborough and Palm Beach to expand access to Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC)

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HB 49 / SB 332

Dignity for Incarcerated Women

Provides incarcerated women with necessary feminine hygiene products and restricts male correctional facility employees  from conducting pat-downs, cavity searches and entering changing rooms or bathrooms.

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SB 1774 / HB 1335

Abortion Restrictions for Young People

House Bill 1335 would require minors to obtain parental consent prior to receiving an abortion. Think that'll keep our young people safe? It won't.

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HB 235 / SB 792

6-Week Abortion Ban 

Six-week abortion bans are unconstitutional attempts by opponents of safe and legal abortion to impose restrictions on access to abortion

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SB 558 / HB 1345

20-Week Abortion Ban

Leading medical groups oppose 20-week bans that interfere with the patient-provider relationship and allow politicians to impose arbitrary restrictions on access to abortion.

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