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June's Supreme Court decision gutting access to birth control was devastating -- but the good news is that something can be done.
The Not My Boss' Business Act was just introduced in Congress to reverse the Supreme Court's decision gutting women's right to birth control coverage -- and it has HUGE momentum. The bill states that federal laws, including the Religious Freedom Restoration Act cited by the Supreme Court, do not allow employers to refuse to cover health care--including birth control--guaranteed by the Affordable Care Act. It would ensure women employees at corporations like Hobby Lobby continue to have critical access to affordable birth control.
If we shine a spotlight on this bill and bring it to a vote, we'll know which members of Congress support affordable access to birth control--and which side with five men on the Supreme Court.