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California Moves Ahead With Plan to Dispense Free Abortion Drugs to College Students

California Moves Ahead With Plan to Dispense Free Abortion Drugs to College Students

“The COVID-19 pandemic has not deterred or impacted implementation planning.”

The pandemic is not standing in the way of the left’s pet projects.

The College Fix reports:

Despite lockdowns, California pushes forward on plan to dispense free abortion drugs to college students

Despite ongoing lockdowns in California, public universities are on pace to implement legislation that requires distribution of RU-486 abortion drugs. These abortions are commonly known as chemical abortions because they use drugs to end a pregnancy.

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 24 in 2019. Similar legislation failed in 2018 after Democratic Governor Jerry Brown vetoed the legislation that requires all the public health centers in the University of California and California State University system to distribute the drugs.

The 23 CSU universities “are prepared to meet” the January 1, 2023, deadline for implementation, Toni Molle, a spokesperson for the chancellor’s office, told The College Fix via email. “The COVID-19 pandemic has not deterred or impacted implementation planning.”

Molle said that medical professionals are advising universities on the implementation of the law.

“A working group comprised of health services professionals is determining the needs of each campus to implement the legislation,” Molle said. “Results of their work will inform training curriculum and professional development strategies for staff in supporting abortion medication for students.”

A spokesperson for the University of California system said its 10 campuses are on track to implement the requirement as well.

“Access to this health care service is currently available at UC Berkeley and expected soon at UCI [University of California Irvine],” Heather Harper said. “Other UC student health centers on UC campuses continue to work toward providing access to this service as outlined under state law.”

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AF_Chief_Master_Sgt | January 19, 2021 at 1:55 pm

I am conflicted. As a pro-life person, I do not believe in abortion or the death penalty.

But there are times when a crime is so heinous, I want to lean to the death penalty.

There are other times when the girls seeking abortions are so horrid, I want to lean toward them not breeding.

Especially the leftists. Apparently, they like destroying their progeny.

I’m also conflicted. However, I take some comfort in the likelihood that California students will be doing their part to abort the next generation of snowflakes out of existence.

Thankfully by 2023 I will no longer be a resident of California and won’t be paying taxes here. Of course Xiden will get the Hyde amendment repealed and rescind the Mexico City policy, so our federal tax dollars will the ongoing slaughter of innocent babies. How does one #resist this evil without getting locked up by the IRS?

You can do better than this with your headlines. It’s taxpayer-funded, not free.

If it will prevent the tragedy of another worthless generation, the world will be better for it. However, sterilization is a better path.

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