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SB 1

Earlier this week the PA Senate voted to advance 3 constitutional amendments that would infringe on Pennsylvanians rights. Including SB 1 which would make all state government department regulations subject to scrutiny and approval of the PA General Assembly. 


Specific to Planned Parenthood’s work, we know that this amendment would be used to change the regulatory conditions that allow us to provide abortion care. Telemedicine access could be attacked. The legislature could reject changes to clinic regulations that would bring state policy up to date and in line with the needs of patients.

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Voted to Restrict Access:

  • Senator Frank Farry ( R) SD 6
  • Senator Scott Martin ( R) SD 13
  • Senator John DiSanto ( R) SD 15
  • Senator Jarrett Coleman ( R) SD 16
  • Senator Lisa Boscola (D) SD 18
  • Senator Lisa Baker (R)  SD 20
  • Senator Scott Hutchinson ( R) SD 21
  • Senator Gene Yaw ( R) SD 23
  • Senator Tracy Pennycuick ® SD 24
  • Senator Cris Dush (R) SD 25
  • Senator Kristin Phillips-Hall ( R) SD 28
  • Senator David Argall ( R) SD 29
  • Senator Judy Ward ( R) SD 30
  • Senator Mike Regan ( R) SD 31
  • Senator Patrick Stefano ( R) SD 32
  • Senator Doug Mastriano (R )SD 33
  • Senator Greg Rothman ( R) SD 34
  • Senator Wayne Langerholc ( R) SD 35
  • Senator Ryan Aument ( R) SD 36
  • Senator Devlin Robinson ( R) SD 37
  • Senator Kim Ward ( R) SD 39
  • Senator Rosemary Brown ( R) SD 40
  • Senator Joe Pittman ( R) SD 41
  • Senator Carmen Bartolotta (R ) SD 46
  • Senator Elder Vogel ( R) SD 47
  • Senator Chris Gebhard ( R) SD 48
  • Senator Dan Laughlin ( R) SD 49
  • Senator Michelle Brooks ( R) SD 50

Voted to Protect Access 

  • Senator Nikil Saval ( D) SD 1
  • Senator Christina Tartaglione (D) SD 2
  • Senator Shariff Street (D) SD 3
  • Senator Art Haywood (D) SD 4
  • Senator Jimmy Dillon ( D) SD 5
  • Senator Vincent Hughes (D) SD 7
  • Senator Anthony Williams ( D) SD 8
  • Senator John Kane ( D) SD 9
  • Senator Steve Santasiero (D) SD 10
  • Senator Judith Schwank ( D) SD 11
  • Senator Maria Collett (D) SD 12
  • Senator Nick Miller (D) SD 14
  • Senator Amanda Cappelletti (D) SD 17
  • Senator Carolyn Committa (D) SD 19
  • Senator Marty Flynn (D) SD 22
  • Senator Tim Kearney (D) SD 26
  • Senator Lindsey Williams (D) SD 38
  • Senator Wayne Fontana (D) SD 42
  • Senator Jay Costa ( D) SD 43
  • Senator Katie Muth (D ) SD 44
  • Senator James Brewster (D) SD 45

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