For one, we already have the Hyde amendment, and two, it is only steps from this bill to Congress taking away funding from other vital women's health care options. We do not take these steps lightly, because they are fun, or because they are easy. We take these steps because we live it a society that mandates that women must always protect themselves, that does not always protect a woman and her child adequately after the child is born, where there is a crumbling social services system, or because it is medically necessary. I can not emphasize that last point enough. With 80% of Congress men, 80% of Congress is representing the interests of those who have never had to deal with having pharmacy technicians scream into a microphone that you, as a 15 year old, are picking up birth control pills that you need due to medical reasons, but instead are left to feel shamed in the middle of a small town store. 80% of Congress does not have to deal with the ramifications of this bill, and privileged, wealthy men who will never know the stressors that come with having men in a white building in Washington deciding they know what is best for women's health care. Leave women's bodily autonomy to women. Leave Roe v. Wade to the courts - where it has already been upheld as recently as 2016. You saw women marching this past weekend. We will not be silenced. We know our rights. Leave our bodies alone.