- The #NotMyBossBusiness rally featured students, health-care providers, religious leaders, LGBTQ advocates, and women who spoke about why it would be devastating for bosses to win the right to impose their views on everyone.
- — Ctr for Repro Rights (@ReproRights)Tue, Mar 25 2014 15:48:17
- — Latina Institute (@NLIRH)Tue, Mar 25 2014 15:47:09
- — Ctr for Repro Rights (@ReproRights)Tue, Mar 25 2014 15:27:33
- Pro-choice activists rallied in person in D.C. and shared their best moments on Twitter, while thousands more across the country proudly stood up for keeping bosses out of our personal health-care decisions.
- — Emily Eng (@earnestlyemily)Tue, Mar 25 2014 14:31:35Thanks for being out in the cold and snow everyone. I wish I was there and I agree my healthcare is between my Dr and I. #NotMyBossBusiness
- — Kelly E (@kellybycoffee)Tue, Mar 25 2014 14:54:50
- Pro-choice members of Congress were outspoken in their support for protecting birth-control coverage using the #NotMyBossBusiness and our coalition 99% graphic.
#NotMyBossBusiness Rally at the Supreme Court
On March 25, 2014, the Supreme Court heard challenges to the birth-control coverage policy by bosses at for-profit corporations. NARAL Pro-Choice America joined with more than 40 organizations to host a “Not My Boss’s Business” rally. Together, we spoke for the 99% of women who use birth control.