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Colorado Attorney General John Suthers Wants Bosses to Make Birth Control Decisions for Their Employees


Last week, Colorado's Attorney General, John Suthers, signed onto a brief against the Affordable Care Act's birth control benefit, and in support of exempting Hobby Lobby and other for-profit corporations from providing birth control to employees on their health insurance plans.

On March 25, the Supreme Court will hear claims made by Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp, two for-profit corporations, that they have a right to deny their employees birth control.

These cases could deny millions of women access to no-copay birth control and set the stage to allow businesses to deny their employees any other medical procedures and treatments to which they are legally entitled, based on the employer’s personal beliefs.

Take action below to contact Attorney General Suthers and let him know that women should make decisions about whether or not to take birth control, not their bosses. 

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