Nearly 100 people emailed the council before Tuesday's second vote affirming the new ordinance that will create a buffer around the Planned Parenthood clinic on Jefferson Street.
The council framed the issue as involving public safety, not free speech. Demonstrators can still protest, but must observe new boundaries, they said.
Also Tuesday, council members will again weigh requiring hazard pay for workers at Napa grocery stores during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A potential city ordinance could limit the activity of abortion opponents within 25 feet of the entrance to Napa's Planned Parenthood clinic.
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Planned Parenthood protesters return for the twice-annual 40 Days for Life campaign.
The Napa Valley Culture of Life announced that it will begin its semi-annual campaign against abortion, 40 Days for Life, in front of the Napa…