The California Future of Abortion Council, state officials, and policy council experts recently met and issued 45 recommendations just in case the U.S. Supreme Court overturns the 1973 ruling that forced abortion on all states. Brian Johnston of the California ProLife Council, the California affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee, says it was a group of so-called progressives who want to bring people throughout the nation to California because there is no state residency requirement for abortion.
"They can come to California for an abortion at any time in pregnancy and at state expense -- free, sponsored abortions in California," the pro-lifer details. "You need to understand that's part of the ideology of the Democrat Party. They would love to do that nationally; they just don't have the votes for that."
So California is drumming up business in advance of the court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.
"The abortionists … can't do abortions without a pregnant woman, so whether a reluctant woman or a woman who's jazzed about killing her baby, they need them," Johnston notes. "And so they're going to recruit from across the nation to bring in pregnant women so that baby can be killed, because that's progress; that's freedom, and it's deadly.
New York is also considering a proposal from Attorney General Letitia James to even pay for transportation and temporary living expenses as a way to encourage women to go to the state for an abortion.