Right to Reproductive Freedom began as S798 Senate bill and would add a reproductive rights amendment to state constitution. Voters would need to pass by simple majority.
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That every person, as a central component of an individual's rights to liberty and equality, has the fundamental right to reproductive freedom, including but not limited to the ability to make and effectuate decisions to prevent, continue, or end one's own pregnancy. The state may not, directly or indirectly, deny, burden, or abridge the right unless justified by a compelling state interest achieved by the least restrictive means.