The Texas House LGBTQ Caucus says it opposes the Trump Administration’s proposed rule to roll back the anti-discrimination protections under the Health Care Rights law.

The 24 member caucus, made up of queer and ally state lawmakers, responded to the proposed revisions—which would limit the LGBTQ protections listed in the Affordable Care Act—via a letter sent to U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) secretary Alex Azar on July 26.

“We stand in strong opposition to rescinding the anti-discrimination protections under the Health Care Rights law,” the Caucus wrote. “These protections ensure that the LGBTQ+ community and Limited English Proficiency individuals have access to quality health care as well as protect women’s access to reproductive needs.”

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