Congress—the House and Senate—creates laws and spends money on many health programs. The Senate also approves people the president picks to serve as judges or in key government positions. Right now, pro-choice lawmakers are outnumbered in both the House and Senate, and the House currently has anti-choice leadership. In January, Republican leaders who are anti-choice will take over the Senate, too.
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Congressional Record on Choice
Find out how members of Congress voted on choice-related issues in 2013.
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Anti-choice candidates didn’t win by running on their beliefs – they won by running on ours. Tell them they'll be held accountable if they support any attacks on our reproductive freedom.
Every day, some pharmacists lecture women for taking birth control or refuse to fill their prescriptions. Help stop this ridiculous practice.
Right now, pro-choice lawmakers are outnumbered in both the House and Senate, and the House currently has anti-choice leadership. In January, Republican leaders who are anti-choice will take over the Senate, too. See the pro-choice and anti-choice composition of Congress.
News & Updates
When we launched our campaign against Michael Boggs' nomination, we knew it would be an uphill battle. But we couldn't stay on the sidelines. See how this pro-choice victory played out.
The Senate adjourned without advancing judicial nominee Michael Boggs to a vote. Senators heard loud and clear the unified voices calling for a federal bench that puts constitutional rights above personal ideology.
If these four incoming freshmen members of Congress really want to keep their campaign promises, here's how they can do it.