NCJW has worked to advance the dignity of people since our inception. Yet even before Roe was overturned last year, health care, including reproductive health care, was not accessible to many, especially people of color, young people, LGBTQ+ people, individuals with disabilities, and immigrants. Restoring access to basic health care for immigrant families enables them to make decisions about their bodies, their lives, and their communities with dignity. The Health Equity and Access Under the Law (HEAL) for Immigrant Families Act, introduced by Representatives Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) and Nanette Barragan (D-CA) in the House and Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) in the Senate, would alleviate many of the barriers preventing immigrant families from accessing affordable health care. Every person deserves affordable health care regardless of their status or how long they have been in the United States.