photo: Abortion-rights supporters rally at the state Capitol in Sacramento in 2019. On Wednesday, a group of abortion providers and advocacy groups recommended that California use public money to help people come here from other states for abortion services should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn Roe vs. Wade. (Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press)
Can California become an abortion sanctuary state? With the fate of Roe v Wade in question, we are doing everything in our power to ensure California maintains and advances reproductive freedom.
Working as part of the California Future of Abortion Council, we just released a new report alongside over 40 organizations highlighting key policy recommendations state leaders and lawmakers can take to increase access to safe, equitable, and affordable abortion care.
I spoke with KCBS radio this weekend about what this means for reproductive justice, for human rights, and for California’s future at large.
Abortion advocacy groups fight to uphold Roe v Wade throughout the country
Check out the full report and dive into the details of what reproductive justice can and should look like in California and beyond.