List of Anti RH Bill House Representatives

Several members of the minority bloc are withdrawing support for the Reproductive Health Bill, a week before the crucial voting takes place at the House of Representatives. “At least eight House minority members are against the measure, Minority Leader Danilo Suarez said, adding that he himself had a change of heart because it espouses population control”, Interaksyon reported. He says it is an “alarming policy” as can be gleaned from the experience of other countries that have negative growth rate because of its old population.

The RH Bill should not be about contraception or population control. Let Reproductive Health Bill be about health, rights, choices

Many are wondering who among the House of Representatives are against the Reproductive Health (RH) bill. I found a list via PoliticallyIntoxicated

Note that this is not a complete list. If you notice a decrease in number of Representatives here, it may be because of varying factors such as a change in their position or misleading information from not-so-reliable declarations of the Church.

The link beside the House rep shows the corresponding press release or news item of their anti RH position.

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