“It’s the least we can do for the people who live in states where abortion is illegal,” one organizer said.
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned the Roe decision, here are key takeaways of what to expect for abortion in California. They include the politics, more legislation, a possible influx of out-of-state patients and changes for health care providers.
“We know that the leaked draft has invoked feelings of dread and despair for so many across our state,” said State Sen. Lena Gonzalez. “Since Roe v. Wade was decided 50 years ago, we knew this day would come.”