Women’s Right to Know
The Women’s Right to Know Act requires that a woman reads or hears, the Women's Right to Know Act 24 hours before her abortion .

Women’s Right to Know

ACWC wants all women seeking abortion services make an informed decision. The Women’s Right to Know Act requires that a woman reads, or hears, the Women’s Right to Know Act 24 hours before her abortion.

The act can be read here.

https://dph.georgia.gov/womens-right-know-wrtk

The Act requires that women who seek abortions be fully informed about relevant issues such as:

•        Medical risks of abortion,

•        Abortion methods and associated medical risks,

•        The possible detrimental psychological effects,

•        Medical risks of carrying a pregnancy to term,

•        Probable gestational age of the fetus at the time the abortion is to be performed,

•        Father's responsibility,

•        Medical assistance benefits may be available to prenatal care, childbirth, and neonatal care

•        Information on free ultrasounds