Tell Your Governor to Protect Women’s Health Care in Your State

I just took action by telling my Governor to protect women’s health care in my state, and I hope you will, too.

On March 23, 2010, the President signed the Affordable Care Act into law changing the lives of millions of women and their families across this country. And states have an important role to play in shaping how the law is implemented. But some Governors have decided to play politics with our health care and are working against implementing the health care law in a meaningful way, which will harm the health of women and their families throughout their state.

The new health care law puts an end to insurance companies treating women like a pre-existing condition. Already, the law is helping women and their families by making it illegal for insurance companies to drop people once they get sick, prohibiting insurers from denying coverage to kids with pre-existing conditions, and ensuring new health plans provide no-cost preventive health care services, such as mammograms and pap smears.

We can’t go back. Don’t let some of our Governors refight the same old political wars and give control over your health care back to insurance companies, it’s time for us to move forward.

Please help us by calling on your Governor to protect women’s health care by implementing the health care law in a meaningful way.

To take action on this issue, click on the link below:
http://action.nwlc.org/site/Advocacy?s_oo=d3qYdrTej4KyOo34JC8jDA..&id=631 If the text above does not appear as a link or it wraps across multiple lines, then copy and paste it into the address area of your browser.
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