Catholics United to Protect and Support Women, Children and Families
This year, our governor and legislative leaders have vowed to make California an "abortion sanctuary." They are making good on their promise through 20 bills expanding access to abortion and by allocating $200 million in the state budget to pay for abortions for women in California and those seeking abortion from out of state.
The California Legislature put Proposition 1 on the November ballot - an extreme proposal that, if approved by voters, would over-ride current law and will permanently allow taxpayer-funded late-term abortions without limit.
Proposition 1 would remove limits on late-term abortion and enshrine an "abortion sanctuary" in California. A "no" vote on Proposition 1 keeps existing California law on abortion the way it is now.
While we pray and work for the day when every human life, born and unborn, will be protected in law and welcomed in life, today we work to defeat this ballot initiative.