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Join Us for a National Day of Action!
On Dec. 2nd, 2009, join pro-choice advocates from across the United States for a National Day of Action to protect women's reproductive health. Can't make it to DC? You can still participate from afar!

On December 2nd, 2009, pro-choice advocates from across North America will gather on Capitol Hill to lobby the Senate for health care reform that ensures women's access to reproductive health care.

About the Event: The three-fold message pro-choice advocates are taking to Washington parallels the priorities of the Reform Jewish Movement.

RSVP Now! Join thousands of others to speak with one voice and let our elected officials know that we support health care reform that protects women's health!

Learn More: The House-passed health care bill includes a dangerous amendment that, if part of the final legislation, would effectively deny coverage for abortion services to women covered by the new federal health care plan. It is vital that the Senate not include in its version of health insurance reform an anti-choice amendment like Stupak-Pitts. 

Q&A on the Stupak-Pitts Amendment:
What is the impact of the Stupak-Pitts Amendment? Why would so many women lose access to reproductive health care if Stupak-Pitts is included in the final bill? Get the answers to these questions and more.

Talking Points: Call Congress & urge your Senators to ensure that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (H.R. 3590) does not restrict access to vital reproductive health care!

Can't Join Us? Send a quick, pre-written letter to your Senators asking them to protect women's reproductive choice in the Senate health care bill.

Jewish Values: Learn more about the Reform Movement's position on reproductive choice.

For more information, please contact Legislative Assistant Samuel Lehman at 202.387.2800.

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