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California: SB320 Seeks to Make Public Universities Provide ON-CAMPUS Abortions

…because no young woman should have to miss her next class just because she is choosing to kill her unborn baby…

Campus Reform reports:

SB 320, proposed last year by State Senator Connie Leyva, would force all public colleges in California with health centers to supply non-surgical, medication abortions to students by 2022.

Abortifacient medication, used in early term, non surgical abortions, is utilized to terminate a pregnancy within the first 10 weeks of gestation.

The State Senate passed the bill in January, and the State Assembly Health Committee voted to advance the bill last week, Fox News reports.

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The California Committee on Higher Education still must vote on the controversial abortion bill before it can proceed to the floor.

One more committee to pass and then a vote on the California Assembly floor is all that is standing between young college women and their right to kill their babies between classes.

California has a law against using public funds to pay for abortions, but supporter’s of the legislation are stating that a private donor is in place to handle expenses.

Only in California!

Dean Garrison is the Publisher of D.C. Clothesline. Permission is granted to reprint this article, in part or full, so long as author credit is given and links remain in tact.

 

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