2012 Legislative Session
Legislators in the 2012 Florida Legislature once again focused on attacking women’s rights and making it harder for women to access essential reproductive health services, filing nine dangerous, intrusive, and offensive anti-choice bills this Session and one anti-choice Resolution.
Some of the bills were the most extreme in the nation. Although Floridians struggle to access affordable, high quality health care — with nearly two million women uninsured and nearly as many in need of contraceptive services and supplies — some bills threatened to make it nearly impossible for Planned Parenthood to open up new health centers.
Thankfully, with the help of our supporters, coalition partners and pro-choice legislators we defeated all nine anti-choice bills. The 2012 Legislative Session Report details the nine bills we successfully defeated, the bills introduced to protect and promote women's health and how each member of the Florida House and Senate voted on these bills.
Click on the image below to read or download the 2012 Legislative Session Report!