Today marks 49 years since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Roe v. Wade, one of the court’s most consequential decisions of the 20th Century. This landmark decision ensures the right to legal and safe abortion and safeguards everyone’s right to bodily autonomy and reproductive freedom. 

In Congress, I have worked to uphold the legal right to abortion established under Roe v. Wade and pass critical legislation like the Women’s Health Protection Act to defend and expand access to reproductive health care and protect the right to abortion for all Americans.

The threat to the right to choose is in danger as state legislatures throughout the country seek to diminish access to abortion, which exacerbate racial and economic injustices that harm women, families, and communities. Abortion coverage bans are discriminatory policies that target people of color and young people, who deserve agency over their own bodies. That is why I voted for the House Majority’s funding bill that provides increased funding for family planning and repeals the dangerous Hyde Amendment.

This year, as the threat to Roe continues, it is more important than ever to protect the right to choose. With my colleagues of the Democratic Women’s Caucus and the Pro Choice Caucus, I am working to enact the polices that ensure Americans can make their own reproductive health decisions and access safe, legal, and affordable reproductive healthcare, including abortion, without barriers.

I take the views of my constituents very seriously, and I hope that you will reach out to express your viewpoints on the issues of most concern to you. To contact me, visit my website or email me here

It is my honor to represent you and fight for our shared priorities in Congress. 


Member of Congress

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