Alaskans will be given yet another chance to weigh in on the merits of a proposed constitutional amendment stating that nothing in Alaska’s Constitution grants a right to abortion or state-funded abortions.
The hearing for SJR 13 is set for 1:30 p.m. on Monday, March 16, in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Already, hundreds of Alaskans have written or publicly testified on the measure that aims to aims to curtail activist judges who repeatedly construe the State Constitution as guaranteeing a right to abortion and public-funding of abortion. If passed through the Legislature, the measure would go to voters for approval.
PAST COVERAGE ON PROPOSED AMMENDMENT
- Abortion amendment has 5th public hearing
- Alaskans testify on bill clarifying there’s no state right to abortion
- Supporters outnumber opposition in testimony on constitutional amendment regarding abortion
HOW TO TESTIFY
Click here for information on how to testify at a nearby Legislative Information Office.