Help Protect Family-Planning Programs for Low-Income Women
Mitt Romney's running-mate, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), may not have won the vice presidency, but he was re-elected to his House of Representatives seat in the 113th Congress. Now he has the chance to take his anti-choice agenda to the big budget fight that starts this week.
This is Paul Ryan's next best chance to cut funding for social safety net programs, like the federal family-planning program that provides cancer screenings, maternity care, and affordable birth control for millions of women and families.
You would think that after last week's elections lawmakers like Ryan would have gotten the message that Americans are tired of their legislative attacks on abortion and birth control.
Stand with us to protect the programs that women and families need the most. Make sure your lawmakers know that you don't agree with these attacks on women's health and privacy.