Seventy-five percent of women in the workforce will become pregnant while working, yet they aren’t fully protected under state law. A bill filed by Sen. Joan Lovely and Rep. David Rogers would ensure that pregnant workers are treated fairly on the job by allowing for reasonable accommodations including breaks, time off to recover from childbirth, and private non-bathroom space for pumping.

Over 120 state legislators have co-signed the bill. See if your elected officials support pregnant workers here. You can find out who your local legislators are at

You can personalize your message by explaining why creating reasonable accommodations for a pregnant worker matters to you!

Questions? Email Jamie Gaynes, Vice President of Legislation for Mass NOW, at