An abortion services provider that specializes in so-called 'late-term' procedures is preparing to sue Beverly Hills officials for allegedly conspiring with anti-abortion activists to force it out
Seventy-one law enforcement agencies have been accused of improperly sharing license plate reader data with anti-abortion states, potentially threatening women’s access to health services in California. But at least one of those agencies is now fighting back, accusing civil rights groups of promoting “lawlessness.”
Even pro-life members of the council rejected the resolution, citing legal threats from the state.
Temecula City Councilmember Jessica Alexander is sponsoring a resolution that would ban abortions in the Riverside County city.
It’s been a challenging week for the anti-abortion movement.
Local governments across California want to make their positions on abortion rights clear in the aftermath of a leaked Supreme Court majority opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.