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Wednesday
Oct172012

Anne Enke Says 'Sign the Bill of Reproductive Rights', So Do Meryl Streep, Caroline Kennedy, Lisa Kudrow, Amy Poehler, Kevin Bacon & Many A-List Celebrities

The Center for Reproductive Rights, a global legal advocacy organization, launched a new kind of campaign Tuesday that asks American voters to sign a “Bill of Reproductive Rights” in support of legal access to abortion and contraception. The campaign, called “Draw The Line,” has attracted a long list of high-profile celebrity participants, including Meryl Streep, Kevin Bacon, Amy Poehler, Lisa Kudrow, Sarah Silverman, Billy Crudup, and Caroline Kennedy.

We the people of the United States hereby assert the following as fundamental human rights that no government may deny, and that our governments at every level must guarantee and safeguard for all.

1.The right to make our own decisions about our reproductive health and future, free from intrusion or coercion by any government, group, or individual.

2.The right to a full range of safe, affordable, and readily accessible reproductive health care—including pregnancy care, preventive services, contraception, abortion, and fertility treatment—and accurate information about all of the above.

3.The right to be free from discrimination in access to reproductive health care or on the basis of our reproductive decisions.

Read, then sign the Bill of Reproductive Rights.

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