Cohen, of the ACLU, noted that the make-up of the U.S. Supreme Court changes and that Roe v. Wade “is under constant threat.”

“It is clear that this is far-reaching and much more sweeping and damaging than the already terribly onerous restriction taking away Medicaid coverage for poor women,” said Margaret Chapman Pomponio, of WV Free. “We’re talking about all women now.”

WV Free lobbies and advocates for expanded access to a full range of reproductive decisions for women, from pregnancy prevention to abortion.