Over 55 ago, the U.S. Supreme Court recognized the right to birth control in Griswold v. Connecticut. Since then, access to birth control has dramatically changed the lives of those who use it and their ability to participate fully in society. But access to birth control is under threat from politicians who believe their ideological views should override people’s access to critical health care. Justice Ginsburg was a strong, consistent voice on the Court protecting people’s right to birth control from these attacks. But Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s nominee to replace her, holds anti-science views about methods of birth control and has been unwilling to acknowledge the benefits of birth control. Judge Barrett poses a clear danger to birth control access, and to people’s health, equality, and economic security.