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Protect Birth Control ACCESS in Massachusetts

The State Senate is currently considering the Contraceptive ACCESS bill, a critical piece of legislation that would ensure that 1.4 million Massachusetts women have access to no copay birth control, regardless of President Trump’s latest attacks on birth control coverage. 

3 Ways To Take Action Locally 

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Urge your State Senator to vote YES on the Contraceptive ACCESS bill and share why protecting birth control access is important to you.

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Thank the MA House for Passing the Contraceptive ACCESS Bill 

Let the Massachusetts House know you appreciate their leadership on protecting affordable birth control access.

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