With Roe in peril, Bay Area abortion providers prepare for the worst - J.

Apr 06, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

55% : In response, Planned Parenthood is expanding the size and staff of health centers in San Jose, Oakland, Visalia (Central Valley) and Reno, and investing millions of dollars in abortion funds for women traveling to California from out of state.
48% : On March 23, NARAL Pro-Choice California, along with its partners on the California Future of Abortion Council, released a blueprint to protect and expand access to abortion.
39% : The fear among pro-choice advocates is that if Roe is overturned, many states will outlaw abortions or make them extremely hard to access.
32% : "Being able to have a larger staff, we can more readily handle the influx that we've already seen and that we know we will continue to see as more states go dark on access to abortion."
29% : As soon as Roe falls, [in 13] states, abortion would be illegal immediately."
29% : As soon as Roe falls, in 13 states abortion would be illegal immediately.

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