Democratic attorney general candidate Letitia James on Friday released a platform that would seek to bolster abortion and reproductive rights in the state, using her office to investigate and pursue legal action against pregnancy crisis centers deemed to be committing “fraud” against women as well as pursue companies that deny birth control coverage.

“New York’s women need an Attorney General who not only supports their right to reproductive freedom, but one who understands the critical issues personally,” said Assemblywoman Deborah Glick, a Manhattan Democrat, in a statement. “I have every confidence that Tish James understands the multi-faceted aspect of women’s healthcare needs and the threats they face everyday in accessing quality care.”

The platform includes a plan to investigate pregnancy crisis centers that supporters of abortion rights say draw women into believing they are being counseled for an abortion procedure, but are actually dissuaded.

She would also take legal action against companies that bar the coverage of birth control coverage for reasons other than religious or moral concerns.

At the same time, James said she would investigate cases of workplace discrimination toward pregnant women.

And James said she would push for the passage of the Reproductive Health Act, a measure meant to strengthen the state’s abortion laws and has become a flashpoint in the race for governor.

James, the New York City public advocate, is running in a four-way race for the Democratic nomination for attorney general, facing Leecia Eve, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney and Zephyr Teachout.

Republican Keith Wofford is the presumptive GOP nominee for attorney general.

Democrat Eric Schneiderman resigned in May amid domestic violence charges and Barbara Underwood, appointed by the Legislature in May, will not seek a full term.