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Visit our legislation tracking page throughout the General Assembly session to see the current status of reproductive rights and health-related bills we are working to support or oppose.
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Legislation to Watch
The 2014 Virginia General Assembly session begins Wednesday, January 8 and will run for eight weeks through late early March. NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia will be at the Capitol in Richmond tracking legislation, testifying at committee hearings and meeting with legislators, and educating lawmakers, the public and the media about bills.
See the two tabs below for information on both the pro-choice and anti-choice legislation we are tracking during the 2014 legislative session. Click on the number and name of each bill to expand information about it including a summary, the bill's current status, and links to the bill's full text. The status of bills as they move through the legislature will be updated throughout the session.
Contact your Delegate and state Senator to urge them to support reproductive freedom and protect women's privacy, rights and health this year. You can find who your legislators are and how to contact them here.
Throughout the session, NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia will post key action opportunities and alert our activists about when they can make the most difference. If you haven't already, sign up for our Choice Action Network to stay informed throughout the session with news and action opportunities via email, including action alerts specifically for your legislative district. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter for additional updates and check our website. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
*Please note: There are several bills with duplicate House and Senate versions. Both versions of the bill are listed with reference to their companion legislation in the other chamber.