Skip to comments.Kristan Hawkins: Colleges should run from ‘dangerous,’ costly abortion drugs on campus
Posted on 04/24/2019 12:47:33 PM PDT by Morgana
Risk-averse college and university campuses in recent years have looked at all kinds of programming that has the potential to put students in harm's way, from cybersecurity to Greek life. Consider the rolled-back support for fraternities following hazing incidents and reports of racist conduct. Just this year, a student death at the University of California, Irvine, lead to a fraternity suspension. With schools counting the costs of things like fraternities or credit card marketing on campuses, the renewed push to force all California college and university health care centers to distribute chemical abortion drugs is hard to fathom.
Just last year, pro-choice Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed the last push to force all California colleges and universities to provide life-ending drugs on campuses, noting, (b)ecause the services required are widely available off-campus, this bill is not necessary.
Not only do the drugs that cause a painful self-induced "miscarriage-like" abortion over days fail up to 10 percent of the time to end a pregnancy, risk of infection and death are possible.
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These drugs are associated with a one hundred percent mortality rate.
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