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Becerra: The federal government is considering helping women cross state boundaries for abortion

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Health and Welfare Services Section Xavier Becerra supports the federal government's ability to obtain abortions, including the possibility that women seeking procedures outside the state can access across state boundaries. Revealed that they are exploring various options for. 

"If a woman is trying to access the care she needs, we look for opportunities to work with others to ensure that it supports it. "We are," Besera said on Sunday at NBC's "Meet the Press." "There are many public and private partners considering this. We are one of those partners."

The Supreme Court on June 24, Roe v. It overturned Wade, virtually terminated the approval of theconstitutional right to abortion, and empowered individual states to fully permit, limit, or ban that practice. 

Xavier Becerra, secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), during the CEO Summit of the Americas hosted by the US Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles, California, US, on Wednesday, June 8, 2022.

Xavier Becerra, Health and Human Secretary Service (HHS), Wednesday, June 8, 2022, during the Americas CEO Summit hosted by the US Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles, California, USA.(Kyle Grillot / Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Dobbsv. The decision of JacksonWomen's Health Organizationsent a shock wave nationwide, agitated immediate protests outside the Supreme Court, and elicited both praise and criticism. 

Democrats soon discussed various options for protecting the right to abortion, and President Byden Roev. It brought to light the idea of ​​encoding Wade into federal law. 

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Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, D-N.Y. Instead, the government built an abortion clinic onfederal landand protected it in an selective manner. 

Becerra said her idea might prove "difficult". 

Abortion-rights protesters gather outside the Supreme Court in Washington, Friday, June 24, 2022. The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years, a decision by its conservative majority to overturn the court's landmark abortion cases. 

Supreme Court protesters of abortion rights Gather outside on Friday, June 24, 2022, in a Washington court. The Supreme Court has terminated its constitutional protection against abortion, which has been in place for nearly 50 years. This is a conservative majority decision to overturn the court's groundbreaking abortion case.  ((AP Photo / Jose Luis Magana))

"I think we continue to explore everything there. "Becerra explained. "The difficulty is that just because it's an idea doesn't mean it can be put into practice."

"And what we want to make sure is that we now need an abortion care service. There are people, so it's about getting things done, "he added. 

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Becerra discusses options to protect federal access to abortion drugs. The drug should give the government more flexibility in its veins. 

Map of states that have laws 'triggered' by the overturn of Roe v. Wade.

In the state where the law is "triggered" by Map Roev. Overthrow of Wade.

"We want to ensure that the discontinuation of drug therapy currently available in the United States remains accessible to those who need it most," he said. Said. 

"We continue to protect the aspects of drug abortion required by the federal government, ensuring that women have access to the services they need, for example from an emergency medical perspective."

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Becerra is legal to revive Roe He emphasized that he still believes in the options v. Wade is possible and he argues that the decision "doesn't last long." 

FoxNews' Ronn Blitzzer and Kelly Laco contributed to this report. 

Peter Aitken is a FoxNews Digital reporter focused on national and global news.