Missouri is facing a “defunding” of Planned Parenthood. What does this mean? Low-income patients, both old and new, who rely on Medicaid could lose access to hundreds of providers across the state.
Image Source: PlannedParenthooAction.org (click image to be directed)
According to PlannedParenthoodAction.Org,
“Planned Parenthood in Missouri provides
Those who receive any preventive care, such as birth control, cancer screenings, annual exams, and STI testing and treatments, will be left with nowhere to go if this measure becomes law.
How Can I Help Protect Access to Family Planning and Women's Health Care in the Budget?
How do I find my senator?
1.Follow the link >https://www.senate.gov/senators/contact/.
2.Choose your state from the drop down menu.
3.Click on contact link, below senator’s name and info.
Here you'll be directed to an email form or contact form.
You can write a letter.
Here is how to address it:
The Honorable (Name of Senator)
United States Senate
Washington, D.C. 20510
This information is directly from the United States Senate site.
You can call directly to the U.S. Capitol and will be directed to your senator(s) office.
U.S. Capitol Switchboard at (202) 224-3121.
*All of this information has been verified.
You can also go directly to IStandWithPP.org/call and be connected directly.
Provided in their site is a script (see image below), which you can use as a guide or inspiration to submit your letter and/or email.