He made the announcement as he and Hillary Clinton shared a stage at Barnard College.READ MORE: Bob Dole, Former Senate GOP Leader And Presidential Nominee, Dies At 98
They joined New York Democratic lawmakers who vowed to pass the so-called Reproductive Health Act within 30 days of the legislative session.READ MORE: Gov. Lamont: Connecticut Man Who Tested Positive For Omicron Variant Has Mild Symptoms, Resting At Home
Cuomo says the bill will guarantee a woman’s right to all reproductive health options – and to make that permanent, he also wants a constitutional amendment.
“We’ll pass it next year,” said Cuomo. “We’ll put it on the ballot. We’ll write it into the constitution and we’ll be able to say we are protecting women’s rights in a way no one else has before.”MORE NEWS: Driver Killed When Car Collides With MTA Bus On Staten Island
State democrats say they hope to pass the Reproductive Health Act by Jan. 22, which is the 46th anniversary of Roe vs Wade, the case which legalized abortion.