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Protect Access to Contraception Act

The Protect Access to Contraception (PAC) Act: 1) requires that state-regulated health plans cover all FDA-approved contraceptives, counseling and follow-up services at no out-of-pocket cost; and 2) allows patients to receive up to 12 months of birth control at one time, covered by insurance.

With the U.S. Supreme Court poised to rule one whether your boss can take away your birth control coverage, now is the time to pass the Protect Access to Contraception Act.

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Senators Sandy Pappas ● Susan Kent ● Matt Klein ● John Marty ● Melisa Franzen

Representatives Laurie Halverson ● Melissa Hortman (Speaker of the House) ● Kelly Morrison ● Tina Liebling ● Rena Moran ● Dave Pinto ● Liz Olson ● Steve Elkins ● Alice Mann ● Laurie Pryor ● Hunter Cantrell ● Mary Kunesh-Podein ● Heather Edelson ● Mike Howard ● Ginny Klevorn ● Mike Freiberg ● Patty Acomb ● Peter Fischer ● Andrew Carlson ● Kristin Bahner ● Ruth Richardson ● Hodan Hassan ● Cheryl Youakim ● Diane Loeffler ● Leon Lillie, Kaohly Her ● Jennifer Schultz ● Kelly Moller ● Aisha Gomez ● Ami Wazlawik ● Jim Davnie ● Sandy Masin ● Erin Koegel ● Carlie Kotyza-Witthuhn ● Jamie Becker-Finn ● Connie Bernardy ● Robert Bierman ● Raymond Dehn ● Frank Hornstein ● John Huot ● Samantha Vang ● Ryan Winkler (Majority Leader) ● Dan Wolgamott