Reproductive health rights for all workers
In workplaces throughout California and the nation, women are losing their jobs simply because their views and family choices do not align with their place of employment.
The Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act (AB 569) would protect California’s employees from workplace discrimination based on their personal reproductive health care decisions. The bill does not force employers to change their views on reproductive health -- it simply ensures that employers do not unlawfully discriminate against women who make their own family-planning choices. AB 569 is currently headed to Governor Brown’s desk, and we need your help to make sure it is signed into law.
Sign the petition telling Governor Brown to sign the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act:
"The Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act (AB 569) would ensure that employees are not unlawfully fired for having different family planning views than their employers. The bill would not hurt businesses, but would help women all across California who have been threatened or fired from their jobs simply due to a difference of opinion. AB 569 must become law to protect California's workers and families."