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California Assembly member Buffy Wicks, a Democrat, speaks on the chamber floor in January 2020. In 2019, on the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, she told the story of her own abortion. Krishnia Parker/California State Assembly Democratic Caucus hide caption

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California lawmakers ramp up efforts to become a sanctuary state for abortion rights

California lawmakers are considering 13 bills that would expand access to abortion and welcome women from states where abortion is being banned or restricted.

California Assembly member Buffy Wicks, a Democrat, speaks on the chamber floor in January 2020. In 2019, on the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, she told the story of her own abortion. Krishnia Parker/California State Assembly Democratic Caucus hide caption

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Krishnia Parker/California State Assembly Democratic Caucus

California lawmakers ramp up efforts to become a sanctuary state for abortion rights

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