We Need the ROE Act Now

Senate President Karen Spilka, House Speaker Bob DeLeo, and Governor Charlie Baker


With the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court, Roe v. Wade and the right to safe, legal abortion are at risk like never before.

Amy Coney Barrett’s record speaks for itself— she represents a significant threat to our reproductive freedom and civil rights. There are currently 16 abortion-related cases one step away from the Supreme Court. We know she will not protect our rights and health.

Add your name now and urge lawmakers to defend RBG’s legacy by passing the ROE Act now.

The ROE Act does more than protect abortion rights; it improves access to care. The ROE Act builds safeguards for young people seeking abortion care; expands access for Massachusetts residents who are excluded from MassHealth; and ensures access to abortion after 24 weeks of pregnancy in cases of fatal fetal diagnosis. These protections will guarantee all people in Massachusetts are able to access safe and legal abortion care without delays or barriers, no matter what happens in Washington, D.C.

Now facing a Supreme Court majority which opposes abortion , Massachusetts must guarantee equitable access to abortion care for all. Sign the petition today to urge Massachusetts leaders to immediately pass the ROE Act.

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To: Senate President Karen Spilka, House Speaker Bob DeLeo, and Governor Charlie Baker
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As Massachusetts residents, we urge you to honor the life and legacy of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by passing the ROE Act immediately

Faced with the real possibility that the Supreme Court could soon undermine reproductive freedom, Massachusetts must lead. We must not only affirm the right to safe, legal abortion, but also ensure that all Bay Staters have equitable access to the reproductive health care they need—free from medically unnecessary obstacles grounded in stigma and shame.

What you do in the coming weeks and months may very well determine the future of abortion access in Massachusetts. Please pass the ROE Act as swiftly as possible.