Tell Congress: No National Abortion Ban


Ever since Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court in 2022, abortion policies and reproductive rights have been in the hands of each state. But with the election in November, and Donald Trump headed towards the Republican nomination, abortion is once again on the ballot nationwide.

A recent leak from Trump’s campaign exposed that he backs a 16-week national abortion ban.

A policy like this would be detrimental to Americans all across the country — deliberately blocking access to safe and necessary healthcare.

“From our polling and our research, voters think [abortion] is a choice that should be up to the pregnant person and their doctor, not something that politicians should be involved in. I think voters, especially in the wake of Dobbs, are very suspicious of and against abortion bans, period,” said Deirdre Schifeling, chief political and advocacy officer at the American Civil Liberties Union.

Federal level attacks on abortion rights pave the way for a dangerous future in healthcare. We’re already seeing repercussions from Republicans who have passed restrictive abortion laws in nearly two dozen states. We cannot allow Congress to allow a national abortion ban.

To: Congress
From: [Your Name]

I urge you to protect abortion and reject any national ban.