On Anniversary Of Roe V. Wade, Governor Newsom And First Partner Siebel Newsom Affirm California’s Commitment To Reproductive FreedomSaturday, Governor Gavin Newsom and First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom recognized the Roe v. Wade decision and emphasized California's commitment to preserving access to reproductive health care.
With Roe In Doubt, States Act On Abortion Limits, ExpansionsIt didn't take long for abortion to re-emerge as a flashpoint in state legislatures.
California Plans To Be Abortion Sanctuary If Roe Is OverturnedWith more than two dozen states poised to ban abortion if the U.S. Supreme Court gives them the OK next year, California clinics and their allies in the state Legislature on Wednesday revealed a plan to make the state a "sanctuary" for those seeking reproductive care, including possibly paying for travel, lodging and procedures for people from other states.
Number Of US Abortions May Be Increasing Slightly After Decreasing For DecadesAfter a long decline abortions in the U.S. appear to be inching up, though officials are cautious about calling it an upward trend because a government report issued November 24 is incomplete.
California Threatened With Funds Loss Over Abortion CoverageThe Trump administration on Friday threatened California with a potential loss of federal health care funds over the state's requirement that insurance plans cover abortions.
Majority Of Women Feel Relief, Not Regret, After Abortion, Study SaysOne of the largest studies about women's emotions after an abortion finds most feel relieved and don't regret their choice, even if they struggled beforehand or worried about stigma.
California Among States With Fewest Online Requests For Abortion MedicationCalifornia is among the states with the fewest online requests for abortion medications.
All CSU And UC Campuses Now Required To Offer Medication Abortions By 2023All California State University and University of California campuses must offer medication abortions at student health centers by January 1, 2023.
California To Require Abortion Medication At Public CollegesCalifornia will be the first state to require abortion medication on college campuses under a new law signed Friday by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Should UC And CSU Campuses Provide Medication Abortions? Governor Newsom To DecideIt is now up to Governor Gavin Newsom to decide if all of the University of California and California State University campuses offer medication abortions to students looking to abort a fetus. His predecessor, Governor Jerry Brown, vetoed a similar bill last session.
All UC's And CSU's May Be Required To Offer Medicated Abortions On CampusDespite cost concerns, the proposal to require all University of California and California State University campuses to offer medicated abortions at all university student health centers advanced and now goes to the full Assembly for a vote.
Gov. Newsom Welcomes Women Seeking An Abortion To Come To CaliforniaGovernor Gavin Newsom took a step Friday to support women's rights to have an abortion and even indicated women can come to California to have one if they want.
UC And CSU Raise Concerns About Funding Medicated Abortions On All CampusesCalifornia's proposal to require all University of California and California State University to offer medicated abortions at all university student health centers would be funded using grant money and private donations, not General Fund money or student fees; however, both systems are concerned about the costs and how the programs would be funded in the future.
California Sues To Block New Federal Abortion RestrictionsAttorney General Xavier Becerra announced Monday that the Democratic-led state will file a federal lawsuit seeking to block the Health and Human Services Department's new family planning rule.
All CSU & UC Schools May Need To Offer Medicated Abortions On CampusTwo months after Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a bill requiring all University of California and California State University schools to offer medicated abortions on campus, the lawmaker who authored the original bill is trying again to get it approved.