Will putting abortion on the ballot in New York really boost Democratic turnout next year?

Voters will have a chance to approve the Equal Rights Amendment next year. But the state’s recent history of ballot initiatives should give Democrats pause.


Hochul marks one-year anniversary of Dobbs by signing law for telehealth abortions across state lines

The governor signed a bill that will protect New York health care providers administering abortion medication to patients living in other states – insisting New York is on solid legal footing to do so.


New York City’s first women-majority council to take on abortion access

The City Council will consider bills to allow people to sue for abortion interference and prohibit city resources for enforcement of other states’ restrictions among other actions.


New York lawmakers rage in wake of Supreme Court’s ‘abhorrent’ reversal of Roe v. Wade

Officials vowed to uphold New York laws protecting the right to an abortion, saying the state would remain a ‘safe haven’ for out-of-state abortion seekers.


Hochul dedicates $35 million in state money for abortion access

As the Supreme Court moves toward reversing Roe v. Wade, the governor is working to make New York an access state.


Letitia James backs proposed abortion care grant program

New legislation would enable the state to give more funds to abortion providers to expand access in the aftermath of the expected Roe v. Wade reversal.


Advocates rally against Supreme Court draft opinion to overturn abortion

A demonstration was held in New York City’s Foley Square to protest what could lead to a dismantling of Roe v. Wade.

New York State

New York lawmakers eye Abortion Access Fund, telehealth abortions in wake of Roe v. Wade upheaval

The pro-choice policies are among several measures New York officials are championing after Monday’s report that the Supreme Court plans to eliminate federally protected abortions.

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