• The Women’s Health Protection Act would prohibit governmental restrictions that impede upon the provision of and access to abortion services and reinforces that the government may not prohibit abortion services before or after fetal viability when the life or health of the pregnant person is at-risk.   
  • The Military Access to Reproductive Care and Health for Military Servicemembers Act (MARCH) would aim to secure abortion services for servicewomen stationed in states that enforce or are expected to ban anti-abortion laws following the Dobbs decision. 
  • The My Body, My Data Act. This bicameral bill will protect women’s digital privacy for reproductive and sexual health. In light of the Dobbs decision and subsequent rollout of state abortion bans, many women feared that anti-abortion actors would weaponize the personal and private digital data concerning reproductive healthcare to target abortion providers and patients.  
  • The Abortion Care Awareness Act would enhance national public health, education, and awareness for reproductive healthcare.  It instructs the Department of Health and Human Services to carry out a federal public health, education, awareness, and outreach campaign to enhance access to abortion services and promote accurate information about where and how to obtain those services.  
  • The Safeguard Healthcare Industry Employees from Litigation and Distress (SHIELD) Act would protect privacy rights, regulate public funding, and restrict the reach of law enforcement in reproductive healthcare services.   
  • The Saving Abortion Facilities from Extremists for Patients (SAFE) Act, would establish a cause of action for reproductive healthcare services and protects healthcare facilities and providers from physical obstruction, violence, or injury from anti-abortion protestors.   

Read more about these pieces of legislation and other federal actions to protect access to abortion care.