Action Alert
Updated 12/8/23

Bill A4350/2918 
Take Action Now!

Please Take Action Immediately to  Oppose this bill. 

 Please pass this alert on to friends and family and urge them to contact their

State Senator and two Assembly members immediately to Vote No on A4350/S2918.  

Please Note: This page will be updated periodically as new information becomes available.  We will do our best to keep you informed.  

Governor Murphy appears to be implementing much of this bill step by step through
Executive Orders because the legislature has been reluctant to pass it.  

Bill A4350/S2918 was written by Planned Parenthood and Governor Murphy.  It was introduced on 6/20/22.
 This legislation is all part of larger plan to make NJ a sanctuary state for abortion.
 The bill expands on components of the Abortion bill Murphy signed on January 13, 2022 (S49/A6260) and
 two bills he signed on July 1, 2022 (A3974/A2642 and A3975/S2633) which the pro-abortion media
and supporters say makes New Jersey a
 Safe Haven for Abortion.

The bill description for A4350/S2918 says the following: 

Stengthens access to reproductive health care;
appropriates $20 million. Pro-Abortion Groups are calling it the Reproductive Equity Act.

 The current primary legislative sponsors are Assemblywoman Mila Jasey (D-27), Assemblywoman Shanique Speight (D-29), Assemblywoman Sadaf Jaffer (D-16), The current co-sponsors are Assemblywoman Angela McKnight (D-31) and Assemblyman Raj Mukherji (D-33), Annette Chaparro (D-33), Sterley Stanley (D-18), Britnee Timberlake (D-34), Anthony Verrelli (D-15), Verlina Jackson-Reynolds (D-15),  Clinton Calabrese (D-36) and Ellen Park (D-37).   

The identical Senate bill, S2918, was introduced by  Senator Teresa Ruiz (D-29) and Senator Vin Gopal (D-11) on 6/23/22 who are prime sponsors.  Senator Brian Stack (D-33), Senator Nia Gill (D-34), and Renee C. Burgess (D-28) are co-sponsors.   


A4350/S2918 will include, but is not limited  to:











                     $ 5M to Expand training in abortion to increase the number of racial and ethnically diverse abortion providers.

                      $ 5M Grants to provide security personnel and law enforcement personnel at facilities providing abortions.

                     $10 M to provide "free" taxpayer-funded abortions for residents and non-residents who don't have insurance.