Central Florida Democrats are preparing to help women go out of state to get abortions
The Ocoee lawmaker says he’s currently fundraising and looking for partners who could help pay for transportation, hotel accommodations and for the abortions themselves.
Bracy’s sister, LaVon Bracy Davis says the Greater Orlando Chapter of the National Organization of Women has already signed on to help.
“One part of building a more just and equitable society is ensuring reproductive health care is available and affordable for all. There is no limit to the cruelty of overturning the Roe decision.”
She says without these services, women will suffer.
“Sadly we are about to quickly learn what it means to live in a post-Roe era and here in Florida the effects will be devastating particularly for Black, indigenous and other people of color.”
Florida currently allows abortions through the first fifteen weeks of pregnancy.
The state has the third highest rate of abortion in the country. In a statement, the DeSantis administration says, “We look forward to future policy plans to defend the unborn.”