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To: Senator Susan Collins

Susan Collins, if you're REALLY pro-choice, support the Women’s Health Protection Act

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is set to bring the WHPA for a vote in the Senate right now. But to get this important legislation passed, Senators need 60 votes to surmount the archaic, anti-democratic, racist filibuster.

If Susan Collins is actually pro-choice, supports abortion rights, and is as bipartisan as she claims, she needs to support substantial filibuster reform and publicly vote for the Women’s Health Protection Act to finally codify abortion into law.

Why is this important?

Earlier this week, a leaked draft opinion suggested that the Supreme Court could overturn Roe v. Wade.

My senator, Susan Collins (R), claims to support abortion rights, even stating she “supports the right to an abortion and believes that the protections in the Roe and Casey decisions should be passed into law” (, Dec. 2021) but at every single turn, has voted for people that could ultimately contribute to the downfall of Roe v. Wade.

During his 2017 confirmation under then President Donald Trump, Justice Gorsuch referred to Roe as precedent, “worthy of treatment as precedent, like any other.”

In 2018, Collins supported Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh’s controversial nomination because she believed that he would uphold Roe v. Wade as the law of the land and legal precedent. When we reached out to her about our concerns she not only ignored our voices but accused us of being paid lobbyists from out of state. She refused to listen to her own constituents.

Now, despite hearing about this leaked draft and what it could mean for millions of people, Susan Collins is refusing to support the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA). Can my Senator continue to call herself pro-choice if all of her actions indicate otherwise?


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