Calling Montana Women; Do You Know Our AG’s Latest Tactic?
Abortion is legal in Montana.
So, how do the radical right plan to keep you, a woman in Montana, from getting access to the LEGAL health care you need until they the REDO our constitution?
Politico reports that Walgreens has decided to stop selling the abortion pill, different than the morning after pill, in states that the Attorney General has joined a lawsuit, FILED in Mississippi, on behalf of Mississippi and Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Wyoming.
They're asserting that the FDA exceeded its authority when it approved Mifepristone to end pregnancies in 2000. ABORTIONS WERE TOTALLY LEGAL WHEN THIS DRUG WAS APPROVED.
Walgreens is afraid of lawsuits, so instead of providing LEGAL health care in Montana, they have decided to make it EVEN HARDER for women to get the help they need.
(I won't be giving Walgreens any more money so they don't have to be so worried about losing it. There are other places to buy No7 and vitamins and supplements.)
So, in effect, Montana lawmakers have found a way to put their beliefs and lifestyles on women in this state, AGAIN. We have people WE PUT IN OFFICE, that are taking their religion and beliefs and they're making FORCING THEM ON US their sole focus while in office.
What can be done?
Damn near NOTHING.
RADICALS donate to campaigns that forward forcing their agenda on the masses.
I'm so disappointed with the direction Montana is taking, but we have no one to blame but ourselves.
Hit up the Attorney General's Office
They may not put a value on a woman's voice and what she wants, but you sure can drive them batty with calls and emails. You know how they hate it when strong women speak.
Just hit the link above, or do it the old fashioned way, below. Just DO SOMETHING.
215 N Sanders, Third Floor
PO Box 201401 Helena, MT 59620-1401
FYI: I'd never get an abortion, but isn't it nice to have the choice?