California lawmakers are voting to reduce the cost of abortion

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SACRAMENTA, Calif. (AP) – California lawmakers have voted to make abortion much cheaper for people who have private health insurance plans.

On Thursday, the Assembly voted to ban private health plans from charging funds such as surcharges or deductibles for abortions.

The bill goes to a vote in the Senate before going to the governor’s table.

If the law is signed, California will become the fourth state where these fees are banned.

Democrats are trying to facilitate abortions in California ahead of a potential U.S. Supreme Court ruling this summer that could overturn Rowe v. Wade.

The bill calls for the creation of a public and private dollar fund to help people who come to California to have an abortion.



California lawmakers are voting to reduce the cost of abortion

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