My Health My Data organizing

The proposed Washington My Health My Data Act protects consumer health data. Its protections are long overdue, and even more urgently needed as states criminalize abortion and pregnancy outcomes after the Supreme Court decision overturned Roe. But big tech and lobbyists from industries who make money exploiting our data are trying to water down its protections, so we need to push back.

My Health My Data recently passed the state House of Representatives, and its next stop is the Senate Law & Justice committee. This is our best chance to strengthen it, and we’ve got a variety of potential tactics, and issues to focus on. To help with our planning, here’s a survey to see what issues are most importatn to people — and how many people are available to help.

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