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We need you to tell the White House that the bishops do not speak for you about employee contraception coverage!

February 2nd, 2012 • Contributed by Dino Corvino
Posted in: Birth Control, Policy

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{from our friends at Catholics for Choice}

On Tuesday we told you about the bishops’ campaign to contest the decision to make no-copay contraceptive coverage available to employees, including those working for Catholic institutions. This Department of Health and Human Services ruling was an important victory for the many women and men who need this coverage, especially during these tough economic times. With your help, this victory will actually reach the pocketbooks of American workers.

Right now, the Catholic voice reaching the White House is almost exclusively coming from conservative Catholics, including the US bishops and their allies. The media is continuing this misconception by running these reactions as a reflection of a monolithic Catholic outrage. These protests are not on behalf of employees’ conscience rights, and do not reflect most Catholics’ convictions or practice related to contraception. We need to speak up now and let the administration know that US Catholics support the right to choose contraception, just as they support no-copay coverage for employees’ contraception.

We need you to call and e-mail the White House today with a simple message: the bishops do not speak for me on contraceptive coverage.

Use our action center here to contact the White House today.

Remember to include a personal story in your e-mail to the White House. Your voice is needed now more than ever to preserve this great advance for the well-being of US workers.

We are also looking to share your stories as part of a campaign bring a different vision of Catholics into the spotlight: the experiences of Catholics like you who believe this contraception coverage supports employees’ freedom of conscience and should be available to all Americans, regardless of their employer.

Share your story to help combat the myth that contraceptive coverage is anti-Catholic.

Share your story online and send this link to others you know. There is no more effective way to educate policymakers and the media about the widespread Catholic support for equitable access to contraception.

If you would like more information, please contact Marissa Valeri at activists@catholicsforchoice.org or by phone at (202) 986-6093.

Thank you for taking action with Catholics for Choice. Please forward this alert to your friends, family, colleagues or any others who may be interested in getting active on this important issue.

 

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