Hochul said New York will start a public information campaign to let women know their rights to abortion access.
Texas now bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.READ MORE: Giants' Offense Sputters, Tagovailova Leads Dolphins To 5th Straight Win
Hochul called it a “Texas travesty.”
“I guarantee I did not know I was pregnant with my first child at six weeks. I actually went on a white water rafting trip, it turns out, at three months, because I didn’t know I was pregnant,” she said. “That is the reality of real people. We don’t always know. So you’re denied the choice that should be yours as a woman.”MORE NEWS: Bob Dole, Former Senate GOP Leader And Presidential Nominee, Dies At 98
The governor said New York will also create a Patient Bill of Rights in multiple languages for doctors’ offices and clinics.