The Portland City Council is scheduled to take a final vote Monday on whether to enact a 39-foot buffer zone around reproductive health facilities.

The proposal was triggered by regular anti-abortion protests outside Planned Parenthood’s clinic on Congress Street.

The buffer zone was recommended for council approval by the city’s Public Safety, Health and Human Services Committee.

If approved, the ordinance would take effect on Dec. 18.

The council meeting Monday starts at 7 p.m. at City Hall.

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