West Sacramento declared a defender of reproductive freedom: What it means and why

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — West Sacramento reaffirmed its commitment to reproductive rights at an Aug. 17 council meeting. The council unanimously v...

August 25, 2022
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WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — West Sacramento reaffirmed its commitment to reproductive rights at an Aug. 17 council meeting. The council unanimously voted to pass a resolution classifying the city as a safeguard for bodily autonomy and reproductive rights, meaning it supports the right to reproductive care access and education to fight disinformation. The resolution was drafted after the Supreme Court's decision overturning the landmark ruling Roe v. Wade, as well as the presence of a mobile Crisis Pregnancy Center (CPC) operated by an anti-abortion support group in Yolo County.

Ayaana Williams