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    Archive for October, 2012
    Central Florida LCLAA Supports Vote No On 6

    Our Central Florida LCLAA Chapter is helping on the campaign on Vote No On 6

    Vote NO on Amendment 6:

    Stop Political Interference

    Amendment 6 is an amendment referred by the Florida Legislature to the November 6th general election ballot that could allow politicians to interfere with a woman’s personal health care decisions. If passed, Amendment 6 could hurt women in the following ways:

    The government would be able to intrude on personal medical decisions between a woman, her family, and her doctor.

    If a pregnant woman’s health were threatened, Amendment 6 could ban insurance from covering the medical care she needs to end a pregnancy and protect her health – even if a woman is facing a serious illness like cancer.

    There is no exception for help with ending a pregnancy when a woman’s health is threatened.

    If a woman is facing a pregnancy with a severe fetal abnormality or one that would permanently affect her fertility, she and her family may have to contend with the added stress of figuring out how to afford the medical care she needs.

    It could take away access to health care that many women who are public employees in Florida – like teachers, police officers, and nurses – currently have.

    Women should be trusted and respected to protect their own health, but Amendment 6 makes no exceptions for women’s health. We all deserve access to insurance plans that cover care we can count on, not coverage chosen for us by politicians.

    Sometimes things go tragically wrong with a pregnancy. When these tragedies occur, a woman and her family deserve all the medically available options. If passed, Amendment 6 could leave a woman and her family facing difficult decisions in the case of a severe fetal abnormality or a cancer diagnosis, with the added strain of figuring out how to afford the medical care she needs – even though she has insurance.

    Amendment 6 puts politics where it doesn’t belong – period. Politicians in Tallahassee shouldn’t be involved in personal, medical decisions that should be made by a woman in consultation with her family, her physician, and her faith.

    Protect women’s health – VOTE NO on Amendment 6

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