Civic Shout

Reject Sen. Katie Britt's Attack on Reproductive Care

In a recent legislative move, U.S. Senator Katie Britt, alongside Senators Marco Rubio and Kevin Cramer, introduced the More Opportunities for Moms to Succeed Act (MOMS Act). This bill, ostensibly aimed at supporting pregnant women and new mothers,  covertly undermines real healthcare by directing vulnerable women toward crisis pregnancy centers known for their deceptive practices and anti-abortion agendas. 

The proposed website, according to the MOMS Act, would exclude any entity that performs or refers abortions, blatantly favoring non-medical, ideological centers. These centers have been widely criticized for providing misleading information to pregnant women, veering away from the comprehensive healthcare approach. This is not just an oversight; it's a strategic exclusion that impacts primarily those in economically vulnerable positions.

This legislation raises significant concerns about the type of support offered—support that might compromise the quality and transparency of the information provided to women at a critical time.

Support genuine reproductive health care for families, not scam crisis pregnancy centers centers.

Now, more than ever, women need access to comprehensive medical services, not misleading information that leaves them without real choices.

This is a call to action for all of us to stand against legislation that threatens women's health and freedom. We must educate our communities about the realities of these crisis pregnancy centers and mobilize to demand policies that truly support women's health needs, respect their rights, and provide comprehensive health services.

Advocate for policies that ensure every woman has access to the healthcare she deserves. Join us in promoting genuine healthcare options for all mothers.

Support real reproductive healthcare for mothers and families.
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