NO To HB 1929 - Protect Our Care And Reproductive Rights

Today we're elevating a call to action from Planned Parenthood Texas Votes, NARAL Pro-Choice Texas, Jane's Due Process, Texas Equal Access Fund, The Lilith Fund For Reproductive Equity, and The Afiya Center.

The House State Affairs Committee is meeting today and will consider HB 1929, a bill that would ban local governments from partnering with trusted community health care providers, including Planned Parenthood.

The ability for these providers to offer needed health care and education, plus care that includes providing cancer screenings, STI testing, and HIV-prevention and Zika-prevention outreach to at-risk populations is too important to our communities. We are all impacted by this harmful bill.

Please see the post below and take action today to tell committee members to reject this bill!


ACTION for 4/1/2019:

From Planned Parenthood Texas Votes:

Here's how your can help PROTECT LOCAL HEALTH CARE:

1) Show up to committee meeting room E2.028 beginning at 10:30a to register and testify against HB 1929. We will be there to help guide you through the process. Your presence and voice are vital!

RSVP TO ATTEND HERE -> http://bit.ly/StopHB1929

Let us know if you plan to attend. We'll keep you updated about what is happening in the committee and info about the bill.

2) Email the House State Affairs Committee Members and let them know you OPPOSE HB 1929: http://bit.ly/OpposeHB1929


More To Come This Week!

If you're signed up for daily alerts, you'll hear about some legislation we're supporting that's (FINALLY!) up for a hearing this week in the House Redistricting Committee!!
If you can, please attend the hearing on Thursday and be a presence in support of #redistrictingreform and #fairmaps!!

Be sure to follow @FairMapsTexas on Twitter for the latest on this.

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