Last night Politico shared a leaked draft opinion from the U.S. Supreme Court about the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case.
A leak like this is unprecedented and is creating a lot of confusion. Let’s be clear, Roe v. Wade is still the law of the land and abortion is still legal. Georgia abortion clinics are open and providing care. To find a clinic close to you, you can go to ineedanA.com or abortionislegalingeorgia.com. For help funding your abortion, visit our partners at Access Reproductive Care-Southeast.
The leaked document shows that the Supreme Court is ready to ignore decades of precedent and overturn Roe v. Wade — although this is outrageous, we’ve been planning for a situation like this.
Many of us in Georgia have already been living in a world where abortion is too expensive, too far away, or too stigmatized. Enough is enough.
No court will keep us from accessing abortion care. We are pissed off and unstoppable. Access to abortion care will be determined at the local level, so we must turn attention to local organizing, policy change, and abortion funding. The upcoming state and local elections will also play a big role in the fight for abortion rights. Visit newgeorgiaproject.org to find out how you can defend voting rights during this critical time.
The Amplify Georgia Collaborative invites you to join the movement as we continue the fight to protect and expand abortion access in Georgia. Now is the time to organize locally to safeguard access to abortion care.