Family planning advocates met Thursday in Trenton with Admiral Rachel Levine, the assistant secretary of health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, to hear from the federal government to help New Jersey continue to meet the growing demand for reproductive health care. Pledged to preserve funds and resources, this includes abortions as more people come to New Jersey from out of state for help.
“At HHS, we have an unwavering commitment to protecting access to reproductive health care, including abortion care, no matter who you are or where you live.” Southern New Jersey Health Care Center in Trenton . “Women across the country will come to New Jersey looking for access to abortion. They will come to your program,” Levine added.
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