• Stop PA Abortion Ultrasound Bill
    In a thinly-veiled attempt to block a woman's right to choose, members of the Pennsylvania State House of Representatives have put forward a bill that would force doctors to perform ultrasounds on women seeking abortions. Most women seeking abortions are very early in their pregnancies, meaning that most of these ultrasounds would be performed trans-vaginally. It follows then that this bill mandates something akin to state-sponsored rape. The bill has passed through the House Health Committee but has yet to be put to a vote. Tell your representatives that you stand with women and that you oppose House Bill 1077.
    1,160 of 2,000 Signatures
    Created by Margot Goldberg
  • Women for Women's health
    As a woman and as a physician, I strongly believe that any congressional committee that handles issues of women's health choices should be composed of at least 50% women. We cannot have GOP Taliban tactics dominating women's health choices. How would men like women dictating male contraception or vasectomies? Rodanthi Kitridou, MD
    264 of 300 Signatures
    Created by Rodanthi Kitridou
  • hands off birth control!
    The Republicans are trying to deny women access to birth control and to stop insurance companies from paying for it.
    4 of 100 Signatures
    Created by melissa miller
    Trust women to make the choices for their lives, their health and their families.
    6 of 100 Signatures
    Created by lee slaughter
  • birth control
    this is about hearings going on about birth control..and congress trying to make it a religion issue...
    8 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Shirley
  • Let's not confuse religion with health insurance
    In this current political climate in which women's access to contraceptives is seen a threat to religious freedom, it has become clear that an employer-based insurance system is perilious at best. If employers are allowed the ability to decide that providing health services constitutes an attack against religion, it is clearly time to move away from an employer-based insurance system and look towards an alternative such as offering Medicare for all American citizens. Everyone deserves a right to medical care. Your employer should not have the ability to decide that you are not allowed to be treated. Heath care needs to move to the public arena, and out of the hands of private employers.
    13 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Heather Wilson
  • Violation of Women's human rights
    The human rights of all women are being violated in the state of Virginia. Women are being discriminated against with the new bill passed requiring transvaginal ultra sound prior to seeking an abortion
    13 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Leslie Rubio
  • Impeach religiously-based legislators and tax political churches
    Republican controlled state and local legislatures, and the US Congress, have attempted to limit access to birth control for women and carry out anti-choice religious discrimination of women through government legislation. We're calling on Americans to stand up and ask for investigations into breaches of their oath of office to protect the constitution, and for investigations into breaches of the tax exempt codes for churches delving into the political arena.
    10 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Patty
  • End the war on women
    I have a petition on Gov.org. It needs 150 signiatures before it can even be seen. The URL is: https://wwws.whitehouse.gov/petitions/!/petition/stop-catholic-church-imposing-some-their-beliefs-usa-laws-what-has-become-war-women/Vxf1Z8yT
    10 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Janet
  • Give Samantha credit
    When it came time for senior Samantha Culver to get an internship, she applied for a position with Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, which she described as “an awesome opportunity.” According to Culver, she notified St. Michael’s internship office as soon as she was awarded the position. She said internship director Joanne LaBrake Muehlberger, told her it was OK. Not long after returning to school from winter break, Culver learned she would not be eligible for credit for the internship.
    1 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Michael Langenmayr
  • The Catholic Church does not speak for us-Keep Birth Control Free for Women
    Males in Congress and the Senate as well as leaders of the Catholic Church are ignoring the facts about how Catholics are not against the birth control provision in the Healthcare Reform Law. This is not violating Relgious Freedom as The Catholic Church is attempting to claim. A Catholic woman is not going to be required to use birth control, however it does deny Catholic and non-Catholic women the right to have free birth control in their healthcare insurance policy.
    73 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Kelly
  • Let women decide their health options and not men.
    Tired of hearing older males either in politics or religion deciding what a woman should or not do with her own body. It is just outrageous that women are still subjected to this thinking. Our country is so backward from other civilized nations on this topic. Contact all law makers and let your opinion be known. Shelly Gowen
    3 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Michele Gowen