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Past Session Archive

As part of protecting and expanding reproductive rights and health, Planned Parenthood Advocates in Missouri stays on top of legislation proposed by state lawmakers in Jefferson City.

Scroll down for fact sheets on reproductive rights- and health-related bills from the past few years.

2016 Fact Sheets

Comprehensive Sex Education

SB 672 (Chappelle-Nadal) and HB 2491 (Smith)

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Teen Endangerment:
Two-Parent Notice

HB 1370 (Miller) 

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Politics Over Patients: Abortion Method Ban 

HB 1714 (Hubrecht)

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Teen Endangerment: Redundant Misinformed Consent Procedures

HB 1968 (Anderson)

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TRAP Law

HB 2371 (Koenig)

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 Abortion Restriction Omnibus

SB 644 (Onder)

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Abortion Ban

SB 802 (Sater)

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Expanding Misinformed Consent Across State Lines

SB 883 (Riddle)

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2016 Legislative Session Victories

2016 Legislative Session Victories

During the 2016 legislative session, hundreds of Missourians met with and called legislators, thousands sent petitions and emails, and hundreds of thousands were engaged on social media. As a result, none of the nearly 30 bills restricting access to reproductive health passed.

Thank you for your hard work and support.

2015 Fact Sheets

Comprehensive Sex Education 

SB 418 (Chappelle-Nadal) and HB 670 (Smith)

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Redundant Teen Consent Procedures 

HB 81 (Anderson)

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Teen Endangerment:
Two-Parent Notice

HB 99 (Miller)

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Mandated Video to Shame Women Who Seek Abortion Services

HB 124 (Black)

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Partner Consent: Demeaning and Dangerous to Women

HB 131 (Brattin)

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Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers: Duplicate Inspection Mandate

HB 190 (Swan) and SB 33 (Wallingford)

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Discrimination Against Women Seeking Services at Family Planning Centers

HB 427 (Swan) and SB 259 (Wallingford)

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Expanding Misinformed Consent Across State Lines

SB 302 (Riddle)

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