Access to Abortion Shouldn’t Depend on Your Zip Code

Politicians don’t belong in your doctor’s office. Yet extremist lawmakers across the country are interfering with personal medical decisions by pushing laws that limit access to critical reproductive health services, including abortion. Since 2010, states have passed more than 300 of these restrictions on abortion.

Earlier this year the Supreme Court’s ruling in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt reaffirmed the constitutional right to safe, legal abortion — and in doing so, rolled back a harmful state law designed to limit access to abortion. Now we need Congress to do its part to protect women’s health.

Access to Abortion Shouldn’t Depend on Your Zip Code

Urge your representative to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act to prevent future attacks on abortion.


The Supreme Court’s Whole Woman’s Health decision was a major step to prevent state laws that restrict abortion access, but we know that extremist politicians won’t stop their attacks unless Congress acts. The Women’s Health Protection Act would prevent politicians from interfering with personal medical decisions, which is why it’s so important we push this law forward now.

Send your message to Congress: Pass the Women’s Health Protection Act.

Thanks for everything you do to protect reproductive freedom.

Fatima Goss Graves
Senior Vice President for Program
National Women’s Law Center