Women Decide, Not Politicians

It’s pretty simple: Women should get to make their own medical decisions. They can include whomever they want in their decision making — their doctors, their families, their friends, or perhaps their faith leaders. Politicians in Washington should have no part in it.

Yet for some reason, members of Congress want to stand between women and their doctors.

Politicians want to cut off access to reproductive care. They want to close down Planned Parenthood clinics that women and families, especially in rural communities, rely on.

Jon Tester has a clear message for those Washington politicians: No. Way.

Help Jon protect Planned Parenthood and women’s access to reproductive care.