Temecula councilwoman proposes abortion ban

A Temecula city councilwoman proposed during Tuesday's meeting that the city should become a 'sanctuary city' by banning abortions. 'Let Temecula b...

September 16, 2022
12:50 AM

A Temecula city councilwoman proposed during Tuesday's meeting that the city should become a 'sanctuary city' by banning abortions. 'Let Temecula be known as a safe haven, not as an abortion sanctuary. Let the world know that Temecula stands for life from womb to tomb,' said Councilmember Jessica Alexander, who proposed the discussion to create a resolution barring abortions. She said she opposed Assembly Bill 1666, which was signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom in June and created liability protections for California abortion providers when providing care to patients who traveled from areas where abortion is banned or access has been restricted.

Los Angeles Times