Stop Proposition 1 from passing!

Stop Proposition 1 from passing!

Help Stop Prop 1!

Say "NO" to limitless abortion up until the moment of birth!

Election Day is November 8, 2022

You can register to vote through election day!

Make sure you return your ballot or vote in person by November 8th!

Help Stop

Prop 1!

Say "NO" to limitless abortion up until the moment of birth!

Election Day is November 8, 2022

You can register to vote through election day!

Make sure you return your ballot or vote in person by November 8th!

Proposition 1 is the most radical abortion proposal ever introduced in California.

Prop 1 would amend California’s constitution to create a  constitutional right to abortion, birth control, and other so-called “reproductive freedoms.”

If Prop 1 passes, it will become next to impossible to regulate abortion in the future!

We have to fight right now to stop Prop 1 before it's too late! Make sure you vote!

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California law currently prohibits abortion after the point of "viability," the stage of development when a baby can survive outside the womb with or without medical assistance. In California, this is defined as 24 weeks.

However, the language in Proposition 1 does not mention viability at all. It simply declares that abortion is a constitutional right, leading many legal experts to fear that if Prop 1 passes, it will allow limitless late-term abortions up until the moment of delivery.

Prop 1 would make it virtually impossible to enact any future safeguards on abortion – such as parental notification for abortions on minor children, restrictions on late-term abortions, meaningful informed consent, regulations governing abortion pills, reporting on abortion statistics and complications, etc.

Prop 1 also creates a constitutional right to other “reproductive freedoms in people’s most intimate decisions.”

 

This could include a constitutional right to sex change hormones, puberty blockers, fertility care (such as in vitro fertilization and surrogacy), prostitution (including child prostitution, i.e., sex trafficking), and much more.

Any “reproductive freedoms” enshrined in the state constitution would also apply to minors, who could assert them against their parents. 

This has implications for parental rights regarding gender reassignment drugs and surgeries, as well as human trafficking, “sex work,” egg harvesting, etc.

Prop 1 gives children a constitutional right to abortion, including abortion pills that are only loosely regulated.

For example, there are no protections in place to ensure that women and girls take abortion pills early in pregnancy even though taking the pills in the second and third trimesters can cause severe physical injury and even death.

This is why it is so important for you to Vote NO on Prop 1 and make sure your ballot is delivered or you vote in-person by November 8th!

Proposition 1 is the most radical abortion proposal ever introduced in California.

Prop 1 would amend California’s constitution to create a  constitutional right to abortion, birth control, and other so-called “reproductive freedoms.”

If Prop 1 passes, it will become next to impossible to regulate abortion in the future!

We have to fight right now to stop Prop 1 before it's too late! Make sure you vote!

Find Where To Drop Off Your Ballot

Find Where To Vote In Person

Register to

Vote

California law currently prohibits abortion after the point of "viability," the stage of development when a baby can survive outside the womb with or without medical assistance. In California, this is defined as 24 weeks.

However, the language in Proposition 1 does not mention viability at all. It simply declares that abortion is a constitutional right, leading many legal experts to fear that if Prop 1 passes, it will allow limitless late-term abortions up until the moment of delivery.

Prop 1 would make it virtually impossible to enact any future safeguards on abortion – such as parental notification for abortions on minor children, restrictions on late-term abortions, meaningful informed consent, regulations governing abortion pills, reporting on abortion statistics and complications, etc.

Prop 1 also creates a constitutional right to other “reproductive freedoms in people’s most intimate decisions.”

 

This could include a constitutional right to sex change hormones, puberty blockers, fertility care (such as in vitro fertilization and surrogacy), prostitution (including child prostitution, i.e., sex trafficking), and much more.

Any “reproductive freedoms” enshrined in the state constitution would also apply to minors, who could assert them against their parents. 

This has implications for parental rights regarding gender reassignment drugs and surgeries, as well as human trafficking, “sex work,” egg harvesting, etc.

Prop 1 gives children a constitutional right to abortion, including abortion pills that are only loosely regulated.

For example, there are no protections in place to ensure that women and girls take abortion pills early in pregnancy even though taking the pills in the second and third trimesters can cause severe physical injury and even death.

This is why it is so important for you to Vote NO on Prop 1 and make sure your ballot is delivered or you vote in-person by November 8th!

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