Urge Your Senators to Vote NO on Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court

Reprinted from The National Health Law Program’s Facebook page.

The National Health Law Program advocates for the rights of low-income and under-served people to access quality health care.

Urge Your Senators to Vote No on Kavanaugh
Based on Brett Kavanaugh’s record, National Health Law Program and our partner organizations strongly oppose his life-long confirmation to the Supreme Court.

His confirmation is a dire threat to hard-won rights and protections for people with disabilities, women, people of color, immigrants, unions, and members of the LGBTQ community. Kavanaugh would threaten access to health care, civil rights protections, and the ability of executive branch agencies to enforce laws protecting people with disabilities and other underserved communities. The Senate will soon vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination, so senators need to hear from constituents now.

Join us for a National Call-in Day on Friday, Sept. 14, 2018. If you live in Maine, Alaska, Indiana, Alabama, North Dakota, or West Virginia, it is particularly important to contact your senators.

Call your senators through the Capitol Switchboard at (202) 224-3121. Learn more about the National Disability Day of Action on Facebook and share this information with your networks and on social media.