My Health is NOT Up for Debate

On a city street, women begin unloading hurdles from the back of a truck. The women, wearing t-shirts reading "," begin to set up the hurdles along a park path. The hurdles are numbered, and read, for example: "Law #49: Forces women to view an ultrasound." The hurdles are lined up in a long row. Passers-by stop to look at them and read them.

In voiceover, a woman says, "In 2011, states across the nation passed the highest number of restrictions on abortion ever, creating dangerous new hurdles for women. More scenes of the labeled hurdles. A woman onscreen says, "Fight for your reproductive healthcare, before it's too late." More passers-by stop and look and read. Another woman onscreen says, "Start by signing the petition to tell our leaders your health is NOT up for debate." Stopping, looking, reading. Another woman onscreen says, "Visit"

Text Onscreen: My health is NOT up for debateTM | Protect Reproductive Health Care | | National Women's Law Center."
Read the NWLC's press release announcing the campaign here. Sign the petition here.

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