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Dan Miller

State Representative,
Pennsylvania House District 42

Democrat

The proof:

Dan voted against a bill that prohibits abortions because of the prenatal diagnosis of down syndrome.

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Thank Dan for their support:

This legislator has consistently shown that they will protect abortion rights.

How to reach them:

Harrisburg
717 783 1850

Lebanon
412 343 3870

What to say:

Thank them for their consistency. Your support will encourage them to continue to vote this way, and may give them the confidence to become a stronger advocate of pro-choice legislation.

  • Introduce yourself, including your relation to the district.
  • Explain to them why abortion rights and access are important to you. (Personal stories work well here)
  • Thank them for their efforts, and encourage them to continue the fight.

Dive deeper:

The latest from Dan

Voted No on SB 106

Dan voted against a bill that proposes to amend the Pennsylvania Constitution to exclude any rights relating to abortion.

Jul 8, 2022

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2024 Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates Endorsement.

Mar 15, 2024

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Voted No on HB 1500

Dan voted against a bill that prohibits abortions because of the prenatal diagnosis of down syndrome.

Jun 8, 2021

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Voted No on HB 118

Dan voted against a bill that would require health care facilities to cremate or bury abortion remains, placing unnecessary burden and expense on providers.

Jun 5, 2021

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Voted No on HB 1890

Dan voted against a bill that would require health care facilities to cremate or bury abortion remains, placing unnecessary burden and expense on providers.

Nov 18, 2019

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Voted No on HB 321

Dan voted against a bill that prohibits abortions because of the prenatal diagnosis of down syndrome.

May 14, 2019

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Voted No on SB 3

Dan voted against a bill that effectively bans all dilation and evacuation abortions, which is the most common method after 14 weeks, and prohibits all abortions after 20 weeks. It includes an exception for cases with an irreversible health risk to the pregnant person.

Dec 12, 2017

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