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Statue of Justice

2023-24 Legislative Cycle

Legislation RTLL urges no vote on. 

Check back for updates as legislation is frequently revised and amended.

Summary: A bill to ensure that regardless of it's FDA approval status, the abortion-inducing drug stays legal in California.  

Latest Update: Referred to Assembly Committee on on Health on 6/17/2024. 

Summary: A bill to expedite the approval process for community clinics offering abortions through "ministerial approval" that does not have to comply with the CA Environmental Quality Act. This bill is in reaction to city councils that have used zoning laws to prevent abortion clinics from opening their communities.

Latest Update: Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on APPR. Hearing scheduled for 8/5/2024.

Summary: A bill, which has been gutted and amended from its original proposal, that requires the State Department of Public Health to create an awareness campaign regarding the abortion.ca.gov website for the general public and healthcare providers.

Latest Update: Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on APPR. Hearing scheduled for 8/5/2024.

Summary: A bill that establishes a grant program, Reproductive Health Emergency Preparedness Program, for the purpose of expanding and improving access to reproductive and sexual health care in emergency departments across California.

Latest Update: Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on APPR. Hearing scheduled for 8/5/2024.

Summary:  A bill that prevents the disclosure, access, transfer, transmission, or processing of medical information related to gender affirming care, abortion and abortion-related services. Segregates medical information related to gender affirming care, abortion and abortion-related services, and contraception from the rest of the patient’s record. 

Latest Update: Referred to Senate Committee on on Appropriations on 6/19/2024.

Summary: A bill that would create civil penalties if a pregnancy center uses what a "reasonable person" would consider false advertising of services they do not provide. This could result in up to $10,000 in fines, restitution and attorney fees. 

Latest Update: Referred to Senate Committee on on Rules on 9/13/2023  

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