In making a renewed push for the 10-point women’s agenda in 2014, NARAL Pro-Choice New York is relaunching a campaign to back the full legislative package including the controversial component aimed at codifying Roe v. Wade.

The group is launching a vote tracking website of where the provision stands in the Assembly and Senate.

In June, the coalition-controlled Senate approved the agenda in a piecemeal fashion, save for the abortion measure (IDC Sen. Jeff Klein attempted to attach the measure as an amendment to a separate bill, but was rebuffed).

“We spent much of 2013 proving that the voters in New York – women and men, Republican and Democrat, upstate and down – are overwhelmingly pro-choice and expect their legislators to instill the basic protections of Roe v. Wade in New York State law,” said Andrea Miller, President of NARAL Pro-Choice New York. “This sentiment came through in poll after poll throughout 2013, despite a concerted effort by anti-choice politicians to mischaracterize the Women’s Equality Act and mislead the public. With unprecedented attacks mounting in state after state and cases pending in the courts that could alter the future for women’s access to contraception and abortion, it is more important than ever that our state legislature protect the health and rights of New York women.”

The full omnibus package was approved easily in the Democratic-led Assembly. A coalition of women legislators in the Assembly announced last week they would make a renewed effort to see the full agenda — first announced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in his State of the State address last year — be approved this year.