Last legislative session, we analyzed hundreds of new bills and sorted civil rights priorities into our top categories. As bills are introduced during this year's legislative session, we will share which bills we have identified as top priorities or top threats. As state senators face key issues, we need them to make the right choices and your advocacy can help. 

EXPAND ACCESS TO REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE

As times change, so must our methods of ensuring access to safe and comprehensive reproductive health care.

Related legislation from 2021 that can still be debated and passed in 2022: LB20LB276

PROTECT WOMEN FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE  

Our race or background should never dictate the level of treatment, care or humanity we receive. Senators can take concrete action to protect women from all walks of life. Important measures have been introduced to address maternal health disparities; require humane accommodations for pregnant and nursing people in our prisons; ensure sexual assault survivors have access to the care they need; and provide better support for domestic violence survivors, including limits on eviction and the ability to break a lease.  

Related legislation from 2021 that can still be debated and passed in 2022: LB119, LB183LB416


About this series

These lists are not exhaustive and only reflect bills we've identified as top priorities or top threats from the 2021 legislative session that have carried over into the new year. We encourage you to find your senator and tell them your priorities.

Read the series: Police Reform, Fix the Broken System, Sensible Drug Reform, Economic Justice for All of Us, Student's Rights, Act on Fairness, Our Voice is Our Power