The 2017 legislative session has seen a number of important bills, and I am happy to say two of the most important measures impacting women’s health care received unanimous approval. In particular, I am pleased to say the bill Melissa Thompson worked so hard to pass now goes for the Governor’s signature. She is an inspiration for us all.
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Friday, June 09, 2017
Senator Hwang - 2017 Legislative Session Is a Victory for Women’s Health Care
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