Skip to comments.California state lawmakers pass bill requiring public universities to offer abortion pill on campus
Posted on 09/16/2019 5:57:23 AM PDT by Morgana
The California State Assembly voted overwhelmingly to pass legislation to require public universities in the state to offer medication abortion at on-campus student health centers.
The body voted to pass Senate Bill 24 in a 55-19 voted on Friday, several months after the state Senate first voted to approve the measure in May.
According to The New York Times, 34 college campuses in the state would be affected by the legislation, if passed, which seeks to require each student health care services clinic on a California State University or University of California campus to offer abortion by medication techniques.
The bill would require the Commission on the Status of Women and Girls to administer the College Student Health Center Sexual and Reproductive Health Preparation Fund, which the bill would establish, the bill states.
The bill would continuously appropriate the moneys in that fund to the commission for allocations to each public university student health care services clinic for specified activities in preparation for providing abortion by medication techniques, thereby making an appropriation, it continues.
The bill also stated that its requirements would be implemented only if a total of at least $10,290,000 in private money is made available to the fund "in a timely manner" by the start of Jan. 2020. According to the Times, organizers have said they already raised that amount.
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May as well pass out the free STD pills as well. (/s)
Just close all the on campus centers and move them OFF Campus
Hey...why not do free abortions as part of Biology degree.
Do women do anything other than have sex all day?
But apparently not with each other.
What happens in CA is what liberals want to do to the whole country.
It’s amazing how the California state legislature, now free of a bothersome opposition party is able to tackle the big jobs facing it. Yes the American River (really should get around to renaming that) is polluted with human feces since the homeless use it as their toilet, yes major cities now have to deal with 19th century problems like crap in the streets (though to be fair in the 19th century it was horse crap, not human crap). Deported felon illegal aliens can shoot and kill citizens at tourist sites and get away with it. They’ve managed to pass a law to keep a sitting President off of the 2020 ballot and now they’ve found the time to act on another pressing problem. College girls have to leave campus to get an abortion. Problem solved. Wonder what they’ll get up to next?
One question, since there is a “Commission on the Status of Women and Girls” is there a Commission on the Status of Men and Boys? If not, why not?
“May as well pass out the free STD pills as well.”
Some of the stuff that got across the border into California don’t even start to scare from the “no sweats”.
I hope they don’t try to legislate this to schools that are federally funded. Unless the feds are okay with this, they can’t outvote them since the NEA is involved. And while public schools are allowed to have dress codes and uniform policies, they cannot be discriminatory or censor student expression. And are federal funds going to be used to cover the cost of the examinations and lab fees to determine the safety of the drugs being use by each individual student? And what happens if one doesn’t work or someone is poisoned by them? Opening Pandora’s box, they are. And giving the students the wrong opportunity. If the student’s parent want them, they can buy them. I see no reason for me, in the state of Washington, should fund there sex life that is inviting more teenage mothers. (Remember, those pills don’t stop that and will do very little to stop the other things)
Math question how many sluts to a universitiy?.
Awful. Just awful. On a number of grounds. But one salutary benefit will be less commie rats replicating
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