Tell Michigan Lawmakers to Pass the Reproductive Health Act

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When Michigan voters approved Proposal 3 in November, they sent a resounding message that they support reproductive freedom. But dozens of medically unnecessary laws remain on the books in Michigan that create barriers to abortion access. These laws make abortion care even harder to get for patients who already face the most obstacles to health care, including people living in rural areas, Black, Indigenous and other people of color, people trying to make ends meet, LGBTQ+ people, and people with disabilities.

What is the Reproductive Health Act?
The Reproductive Health Act (RHA) will ensure access to safe, affordable abortion and contraceptive care in Michigan. Abortion opponents spent decades passing laws in Michigan to push abortion out of reach for too many people in our state, making access to an abortion difficult and even impossible in some cases. By repealing Michigan’s outdated, unconstitutional, and medically unnecessary abortion restrictions, the RHA will ensure that people are free to make their own health care decisions without political interference.

Join the vast majority of Michiganders who support reproductive freedom

Take Action to make sure the RHA is passed in the Michigan legislature

Our elected officials need to hear from us. Contact your elected officials and let them know that you approve their support of the RHA because abortion care must be accessible to all who need it.

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Dear State Legislator,

As a strong supporter of abortion access and reproductive freedom, I urge you to vote YES on the Reproductive Health Act to repeal Michigan’s outdated and unconstitutional laws restricting access to abortion.

The freedom to fully control our bodies, lives, and futures is vital to all of us. It is time to update our laws to allow people the freedom to make their own personal health care decisions without political interference.


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