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Denounce the Hobby Lobby Decision – Sign the Petition

Posted by Admin On July - 8 - 2014

Schneider for Congress

In a blatantly partisan decision, the Supreme Court just ruled that certain employers can deny women workers access to birth control. That’s not ok. Sign your name denouncing the Hobby Lobby decision.

The Supreme Court severely rolled back women’s healthcare rights last Monday — giving their bosses authority to reject contraceptive coverage.

Brad’s firmly pro-choice. He opposes this latest attack on women’s rights, and he’ll fight day and night to protect their rights.

That’s why he’s joining his colleagues to denounce the Supreme Court’s latest decision. Will you join him?

Just click here to automatically add your name to our petition and denounce the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision >>

Thanks,

Team Brad

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