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This is not a drill. Missouri could be the first state with no health center providing safe, legal abortion.

Gov. Mike Parson signed one of the most extreme abortion bills in the country. House Bill 126 bans abortion at eight weeks, which is before many people even know they are pregnant

The bill also includes — among many other medically unnecessary measures — a “trigger ban” that would make abortion a felony if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade.

Missouri is already one of the most restrictive states when it comes to abortion, but extremist politicians remain obsessed. Abortion is a deeply personal decision that a pregnant person makes with their family, their doctor, and their faith — not politicians.

Just days after signing, Gov. Mike Parson has weaponized the health department in an attempt to block the last remaining licensed abortion center from providing care in the state. Missouri could become the first state since Roe v. Wade with no health center providing safe, legal abortion.

Demand Gov. Parson stop his attack on safe, legal abortion

Just days after signing into law an extreme and dangerous bill that bans abortion after eight weeks, Gov. Mike Parson has weaponized the health department to block the last remaining licensed abortion center from providing care in the state.

More than 1.1 million Missouri women of reproductive age now face a world where they are blocked from accessing the health care they need. A world we haven't seen since before 1973 when Roe v. Wade was decided. This is effectively a ban on abortion, period.

Our right to abortion care is not debatable, and we will hold Gov. Parson and his extremist allies in the legislature accountable.

Sign on to tell Gov. Parson to stop the attacks and renew the license for Reproductive Health Services of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region!

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