Whether orchestrating buses of people to march in Washington D.C., lobbying our legislators at the Capitol, or knocking on doors to educate voters, Rebekah started her career in the trenches, defending our civil rights and liberties. Now, working on the frontlines in Lansing, Rebekah has continued to prove herself to be a leader committed to driving forward a progressive agenda in the face of conservative pressure groups.

Belief & Action = Results

Rebekah Warren is an activist, and as a legislator she has remained committed to the causes in which she believes:

  • Defending and advancing LGBT couples’ rights to access health care benefits, adoption, and marriage.
  • Advancing pro-active policies that will help reduce unintended pregnancies and increase access to birth control and emergency contraception (EC), or the “morning-after pill.”
  • Supporting the passage of a statewide anti-discrimination bill that would protect people based on race, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity and expression.
  • Advocating for measures that would ensure our police and public safety officials have expanded sensitivity training to include LGBT issues.
  • Promoting medically accurate and age appropriate sex education for our children.
  • Punishing hate crimes to the fullest extent of the law.
  • Ensuring that all citizens are able to exercise their vote freely and without intimidation.
  • Preserving the right to free speech and assembly.
  • Promoting an amendment to the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act to include protections for sexual orientation and gender identity and expression.
  • Defending affirmative action programs.
  • Protecting a woman’s right to choose.