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California Moving Towards Mandating Abortion Pills at Public Universities

California Moving Towards Mandating Abortion Pills at Public Universities

“California Senate Bill 320”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxi4HQq9w50

Outrage would probably ensue if anyone even suggested a public debate on this issue.

The Washington Examiner reports:

California moving to mandate abortion pills on campus

If California politicians have their way, soon all of the state’s public universities will be forced to dispense abortion pills to students.

The politicians and the abortion industry that backs their election campaigns insist that turning California’s university student health centers into abortion centers means “progress.” But what it really means is serious problems for both students and the universities, not to mention the destruction of more human lives.

Remember the time when even those who supported abortion could admit that it was such a grave option that it should be “rare?” Now they want to make it as available as Tylenol.

The proponents of California Senate Bill 320 have omitted pertinent facts in an attempt to promote and normalize abortion for young people, and to get the dangerous RU-486 abortion pill onto campus.

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And they’re prohibited by law from telling the parents of the child they hand the abortion pill to.

“”Remember the time when even those who supported abortion could admit that it was such a grave option that it should be “rare?”””

They also intended that it be primarily used to reduce the black population. Leftists don’t seem to want to talk about that.

Shouldn’t we use the less politically correct term of “evidence destroying pill”?
Or “mate and forget pill”?
Or “dump him and his baby pill”?

I am still confused how so many people who are practicing safe sex still manage to get pregnant, unless of course, no one is actually practicing safe sex these days.

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