3/10: NARAL Pro-Choice America’s 27th San Francisco Power of Choice Event to Highlight the Role of Attorneys General in a Post-Roe world


San Francisco  On Thursday, March 10 at 11:30pm – 1:30pm PTNARAL Pro-Choice America’s San Francisco Leadership Council is hosting its 27th San Francisco Power of Choice Event. With a direct threat to Roe v. Wade before the U.S. Supreme Court and anti-choice state lawmakers lining up to roll back abortion access in their own states, reproductive freedom champions and supporters will gather to hear how NARAL is fighting to protect and expand our fundamental rights and discuss the critical role of attorneys general in a post-Roe world.


This event, organized by NARAL’s San Francisco Leadership Council event chairs Dagmar Dolby and Nonie Greene, will take place in a hybrid (in-person and virtual) format.


WHAT:            27th San Francisco Power of Choice Event


WHO:              NARAL Pro-Choice America President Mini Timmaraju

California Attorney General Rob Bonta

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford

State Senator Jen Jordan, Candidate for Georgia attorney general

California Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis

WHERE:         The Fairmont Hotel

950 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94108

(If attending virtually, please contact media@prochoiceamerica.org)


WHEN:            Thursday, March 10, 2022

                        11:30 AM PT


We are at a pivotal moment in the fight for reproductive freedom as the U.S. Supreme Court deliberates over Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case about Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban that directly challenges Roe v. Wade. There is no path for the Supreme Court to uphold Mississippi’s ban without overturning Roe’s core holding. If Roe fell, at least 28 states would likely take action to prohibit abortion outright. A state’s attorney general is the top legal and law enforcement officer for the state they represent, and they represent the state in lawsuits and issue legal advice to state agencies. If Roe is overturned this summer, attorneys general will play a major role in determining what abortion access looks like at the state level.

The above comes from a March 1 press release issued by Pro-choice America.