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17 March 2010

Women's History Month: Support the Reproductive Health & Access Act

Today's Women's History Tidbit:
1910: Charlotte Gulick and Luther Gulick establish Camp Fire Girls, the first nonsectarian organization for girls in the United States. *


For over two years reproductive right and justice activists have been working towards passing a comprehensive reproductive health bill. Now we have HB 6205, The Reproductive Health and Access Act which is in the Illinois House RIGHT NOW!

The anti's are saying terrible things about the bill, it's lies. Wanna know the truth head on over to the bill's campaign myth-debunking page. 

So what's our next step?

CALL!

EMAIL!

You need to reach out to your Illinois House representative and tell her or him why you want them to vote yes on HB 6205.

It's no lie, our health depends on it!

* Source: 2010 Women Who Dare Engagement Calendar from the Library of Congress

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