Don’t leave California’s reproductive rights to chance. Vote yes on proposal 1
The right to abortion is currently protected in California in two ways. In 2002, the Legislative Assembly passed the Reproductive Privacy Protection Act, which made the right to obtain an abortion official state law. The other layer of protection is the secrecy provision of the California Constitution, which was enshrined in 1972 and has been used by the California Supreme Court to strike down numerous attempts to restrict abortion in the state since. during.
If voters pass Proposition 1 in November, it would add an even more formidable layer of protection, enshrining those existing abortion rights in the state Constitution.