#womenshealthprotectionact
Engagement by party
From Rep. Evans, representing Pennsylvania

Today and everyday, I will fight to protect #ReproductiveRights and pass legislation to codify Roe v. Wade. That’s why I signed a letter with 100+ House colleagues to urge the Senate to #EndtheFilibuster and pass the #WomensHealthProtectionAct.

Rep. Dwight Evans (D-PA-3)
@RepDwightEvans
Philadelphia, PA
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1/ I support the Philadelphians and people across the country who are standing up today for the right to choose. I voted for the Women’s Health Protection Act to put Roe v. Wade protections into law & urge the Senate to pass it!
#BansOffOurBodies

2/ A year ago today, I voted for the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act. The Senate should join the House in passing that too!

From Sen. Baldwin, representing Wisconsin
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I support protecting #RoeVWade.

I support passing the #WomensHealthProtectionAct.

I will fight to protect the constitutional rights and freedoms of Wisconsin women because we cannot take them back to 1849.

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From Sen. Murphy, representing Connecticut
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About to appear on @maddow on @MSNBC hosted tonight by @AliVelshi. Likely covering #WomensHealthProtectionAct and #Ukraine.

From Rep. Meeks, representing New York
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Senate Republicans - again - voted against the #WomensHealthProtectionAct. Until the right to abortions is codified, millions of women will continue to be at risk. This fight is not over & we cannot let a few individuals get in the way of protecting these civil rights.

From Rep. McEachin, representing Virginia

Breaking News: Senate Republicans used a filibuster to block a bill to safeguard abortion rights, thwarting Democrats’ effort to enshrine Roe v. Wade in federal law.

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Senate Republicans blocked the #WomensHealthProtectionAct today in the wake of the leaked SCOTUS draft opinion. As an original cosponsor of the House bill, I am disappointed to see this blatant disregard for women's right to make decisions over their own body.

This is a crucial moment for women's rights and the basic freedoms of all Americans. I will continue to fight alongside @HouseDemocrats to preserve the right to choose. Read my full statement below. ⬇️

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From Rep. Stansbury, representing New Mexico
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Today the Senate failed to pass the #WomensHealthProtectionAct and protect #RoeVWade. Reproductive justice is under attack–we must protect our rights. The fight continues—today, tomorrow, in the halls of Congress, the Supreme Court, and at the ballot box.

From Rep. Bourdeaux, representing Georgia
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I am disappointed the #WomensHealthProtectionAct has failed in the Senate. The majority of Georgians & Americans not only elected a Democratic majority, but also support #RoeVWade.

This is not the end and I will not back down in defending our reproductive health care rights.

From Rep. Coleman, representing New Jersey
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I joined @USProgressives and @ProChoiceCaucus in demanding that the Senate pass the #WomensHealthProtectionAct and write abortion rights into federal law.

I've lived in a world without Roe. We cannot go back.

My body. My decision.

From Rep. Welch, representing Vermont

Large group of Democratic protestors are outside the Senate chamber ahead of the looming abortion-rights vote.

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I joined members of the @ProChoiceCaucus and @USProgressives to march today. We called on the senate to pass the #WomensHealthProtectionAct.

Because abortion is and must remain a personal choice.