Maryland: Right to Reproductive Freedom Act

The Right to Reproductive Freedom Act is a ballot measure that will be on Maryland's ballots on November 5th. If passed by a majority of voters (50%+1), the measure would amend the Maryland Constitution to enshrine a right to access abortion and  - which would include the language of protecting "decisions to prevent, continue, or end one's own pregnancy." If this measure does not pass, the state's legislative body could pass laws that impact what access to abortion looks like in the state. Currently, abortion is legal until viability in Maryland.

To learn more about this initiative and what will be on Maryland’s ballot, visit Ballotpedia or contact your county’s board of elections.