Califronia advocates say poor, people of color to be most impacted by Roe v. Wade overturning

Access Reproductive Justice is getting ready to help more women get safe and legal abortion services in California, as it says it's projecting about a 3,000% increase after Friday's Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade . As of April, the say volunteers have helped fund 18 Texas women's abortions – this includes costs ranging from travel to lodging to abortion services. "It can be expensive, so there are abortion care procedures even for people here in California, that their abortion could be up to $10,000," said Tricia Gray, volunteer engagement coordinator at Access Reproductive Justice.