Support HS 1 for HB 110: Urge Delaware Lawmakers to Expand Abortion Access NOW!
We won't back down and we're betting neither will you.
Last year, Delaware lawmakers missed a critical opportunity to expand abortion access in our state. This year, there's no time to waste. We need you to send a message to Delaware lawmakers urging them to support and fund HS 1 for HB 110.
This June will mark two years since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. We're in the middle of a nationwide crisis and Delaware has the opportunity to enhance abortion protection and ensure abortion services are accessible for all who need it.
HS 1 for HB 110 ensures that people on Medicaid, private, and state insurance plans are able to access abortion care without financial burden. Funding abortion care through Medicaid, private, and state insurance will help break down socioeconomic barriers and address racial disparities in reproductive health.
Real access to abortion care means that people from all walks of life — young people, low-income people, those who live far from medical providers, and disabled people — are able to access care. Even people with health insurance may not be able to shoulder the additional cost of a medical procedure, meaning they may have to shift critical funds for rent, food, childcare, transportation, or other medical expenses.
We need you to send a message to Delaware lawmakers urging them to support and fund HS 1 for HB 110 NOW. By funding HS 1 for HB 110, Delaware lawmakers are ensuring that every person — regardless of their insurance provider or ability to obtain insurance — have the ability to make their own choices about their bodies and futures.
Right now, we have the opportunity to enhance abortion protection in Delaware and ensure abortion services are accessible for all who need it. Delaware has already been a leader by guaranteeing abortion rights in state law. Now we need to take additional steps to ensure that right is accessible to all who need it.
Can we count on you to become a part of the rising tide of people in Delaware standing up for abortion rights by supporting HS 1 for HB 110?