The Senate is about to vote on a so-called “skinny repeal” bill, which is a direct attack on Planned Parenthood
No matter what version of Trumpcare the Senate votes on, it’s still the worst bill for women in a generation—especially for low-income women and women of color.
The Senate is expected to vote soon. Here's how you can take action and stop this bill:
#1: Contact your friends in key states
Click these links to see what Facebook friends you have in key states like Indiana, Alaska, Arizona, Maine, Nevada, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Ohio, or Michigan. (If you're not on Facebook, just email the message below to any friends or family in states like these.)
If you're on your phone, tap the Messenger icon next to each person's name to send them a message. If you're on your computer, click the down arrow and "Send message."
Here's a sample message you can use:
Hey -- hope you're good! I'm writing because of where you live. As you may know, one of your U.S. senators may end up being a key vote as Congress attempts to block millions of people from getting care at Planned Parenthood. I'm a big fan of Planned Parenthood, and if you haven't already, I hope you'll call the Senate to tell them to protect Planned Parenthood health centers:https://www.IStandWithPP.org/call
#2 Get Prepared
If the any form of a repeal bill passes the Senate, it could head to the House for a vote. So get out your phone, program your U.S. Representative’s number into your contacts, and pledge to call them every single day to demand they stand up for Planned Parenthood.
#3 Thank Senators Franken and Klobuchar for standing with Planned Parenthood
Minnesotans are lucky to have two champions for reproductive health and rights representing us in the Senate. Senators Al Franken and Amy Klobuchar have long records of supporting Planned Parenthood and working to expand health care in Minnesota and across the country.
Contact our U.S. Senators now and let them know how grateful you are for their steadfast support.
- Tweet your appreciation to @AmyKlobuchar or call 612-727-5220.
- Tweet your appreciation to @SenFranken or call 651-221-1016.