State Senate Democrats and advocates are making a big push to get the contraception coverage act and the reproductive health act passed this year. It comes after a big loss for abortion rights at the U.S. supreme court this week, with the justices declining to hear a challenge to a restrictive Arkansas law. And if the legislature remains divided on the issue, it could become a campaign issue in the fall. We talked about the legislation and where things stand with Andrea Miller, the president of the National Institute for Reproductive Health.
Advocates push for abortion, contraceptive rights in New York
By Capital Tonight Staff City of Albany May 30, 2018 @8:27 PM