parenthood in the mission direct. supervisor david campos is introducing the legislation to include entrances, exits and driveways. planned parenthood has been claiming about anti-abortion intimidation tactics for about a year. the effort is to strike a balance for people's right to express themselves and the right to access to health care. one demonstrator says that they have a right to protest and are against moving information tickets away from the entrance. and a spokesman for planned parenthood says it's gotten scary for clients who have left crying. >> it's intimidation. we have protesters that have video. and they videotape everyone coming in and out of the health center. they take pictures of us, proudly. >> so many women are coerced into coming in here. and it's not something they want. >> reporter: if it passes, the penalty for violating the ordinance would be a misdemeanor, up to three months in jail or a fine of up to $500. a second offense would double that. reporting live in san francisco. >>> a man is dead this morning after police say he tried to run over an officer
spokesperson doesn't want this to escalate. so, san francisco's supervisor, david campos, will introduce legislation that would create a 25-foot buffer zone around the entrances, exits and driveways of the facility. right now, the city has an eight-foot bubble zone. this would bump that out. campos says planned parenthood has been complaining about anti-abortion intimidation tactics throughout the year. they showed us graphic photos of fetuses they say one group uses to intimidate some clients. there should be more balance here. >> the effort is to strike the right balance, that people have to express themselves, and people's right to access to health. >> reporter: one of the protesters wee saw outside of the san francisco planned parenthood, did not show graphic images when we were there. members are against the legislation because they think that some women may be coerced into coming. now, violating the ordinance could lead to three months in jail and a $500 penalty for a second strike, if you're caught doing it a second time, the penalty would double. live in san francisco. >>> 6:03.
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