Lawmakers in California have introduced a bill that would set aside taxpayer money to help women residing outside the state obtain abortions in the state as concerns about significant changes to the United States abortion law loom.  

Senate Bill 1142, introduced last week by Democratic Sens. Anna Caballero and Nancy Skinner, includes several proposed requirements for state agencies relating to the provision of abortion services in the state.

Specifically, “the bill would require the California Health and Human Services Agency, or an entity designated by the agency, to establish an internet website where the public can find information on abortion services in the state.”

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