Senators’ bipartisan legislation ensures women can continue to make health care decisions for themselves by enacting core protections of Roe v. Wade into law
WASHINGTON – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema, Republican Senators Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) and Susan Collins (Maine), and Democratic Senator Tim Kaine (Va.) re-introduced the Reproductive Freedom For All Act – bipartisan legislation protecting women’s abilities to make their own health care decisions by enacting the core protections of Roe v. Wade and related Supreme Court cases into law.
“A woman’s health care decisions should be between her, her family, and her doctor. Our bipartisan legislation protects the health and wellbeing of women in Arizona and across the country by ensuring all women have the ability to make their own decisions about their futures – no matter where they live,” said Sinema.
Last Congress, the bipartisan group of senators introduced the Reproductive Freedom For All Act in response to the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health.
Sinema’s bipartisan legislation prohibits state bans that impose an undue burden on a woman’s access to health care, protects access to contraceptives, and safeguards the ability for women to make health care decisions for themselves.