Guarantee the Right to Contraception

The issue: The right to contraception has been relentlessly under attack at the state level. And, in Justice Clarence Thomas’ concurring opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, he urged the Court to reconsider its decision in Griswold v. Connecticut, which recognized the right to use contraception.

The good news: The Right to Contraception Act, legislation that would codify the fundamental and constitutional right to contraception — which the Supreme Court first recognized more than half a century ago in its decision in Griswold v. Connecticut  — passed the House of Representatives and has been introduced in the Senate.

Our task: Urge your senators to pass the Right to Contraception Act to ensure the right to contraception and a corresponding right for health care providers to engage in a full range of contraception-related services.