Call 573-880-4600 to tell your senator and Gov. Greitens that enough is enough!

Governor Eric Greitens has called lawmakers to return to Jefferson City for an extreme, unnecessary, $20,000-per-day special session. The goal? To cater to anti-reproductive health extremists by passing more laws restricting Missourians’ access to health care.

What could $20,000 pay for?

  • A well-woman exam for 100 patients
  • One month of birth control pills for 800 patients
  • A cancer screening for 66 patients
  • STI testing and treatment for 160 patients
  • Long-acting, reversible contraception (e.g., an IUD) for 20 patients
  • 800 hours of comprehensive sex education

Had enough of your elected officials playing politics with women's health? Make your voice heard — call your senator and Gov. Greitens and tell them enough is enough!

What to say (Call Script)

Dial 573-880-4600. You'll be prompted to enter your ZIP code. 

  • If your state senator is opposed to reproductive health care, you'll be conneted to your state senator's office.
  • If your state senator supports reproductive health care, you'll be connected to Gov. Greitens.

Hi, my name is ____________ and I live in _____________.

I'm calling to ask [the governor/the senator] to stop spending $20,000 per day to restrict Missourians' access to reproductive health care.

I am tired of my elected officials playing politics with women's health care. This extreme, unneccessary special session costs $20,000 per day — money that would be better spent on improving Missourians' access to health care. This $20,000 could provide a well-woman exam to 100 patients, a cancer screening for 66 patients, or one month of birth control for 800 people.

[Insert your own story, if you like.]

Please stop spending taxpayer dollars to restrict Missourians' access to reproductive health care. 

Thank you for your time.