Extremist lawmakers have proposed 70 bills in the last nine years that jeopardized the health and wellbeing of millions of South Carolinians. In many cases, this harmful legislation would criminalize practices essential to in vitro fertilization and ban common forms of contraception, including birth control pills.
We understand this is hard to believe, but here are the facts:
- SC lawmakers continue to propose laws that would criminalize practices essential to in vitro fertilization, making it nearly impossible for doctors to help would-be parents. Here’s the proof.
- A handful of local politicians continue to sabotage legislation that would require schools to provide medically accurate sex education to our state's next generation. Here’s the proof.
- Birth control may currently be a given medical right, but certain legislators routinely propose bills that would restrict access to or completely ban common forms of contraception, including birth control pills. Here’s the proof.
It's time we held them accountable for their invasive policies. Complete this form to send a resounding message to tell our state legislators to improve reproductive health policy in South Carolina. On March 25th, your email along with thousands of others will be sent to representatives across the state in a demonstration of a "Virtual March" to tell them to put #PEOPLEbeforePOLITICS.