If your school gets public funding, it will be obligated to comply.
There are apparently so few problems concerning the good citizens of California that Governor Newsome has to go looking for new tasks for the government to busy themselves with, and new ways to micromanage the State.
Fortunately, there are no health or homeless issues in California that require their attention. The addiction issue is completely solved, and their Education system is top in the nation… right?
Why else would explain their need to go looking for new windmills to tilt at?
(We know… it’s a rhetorical question. It’s about rolling out their transformative agenda. It wasn’t so long ago that Cali was a Red State, and they’ll be damned if they will leave anything in that state un-touched by their worldview should the pendulum ever swing back the other way again.)
What’s the newest step on their to-do list? Keeping their benefactors at Planned Parenthood and the abortion lobby happy.
The party of death has added a new way of doing business.
California students at public colleges and universities will soon have access to the abortion pill on campus.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 24, also known as the College Student Right to Access Act, which requires University of California and California State University campuses to offer the abortion pill.
It was backed by the ACLU, among others. From the ACLU Northern California page:
That’s why we’re supporting the College Student Right to Access Act (SB 24), which will make sure California’s university students have access to the abortion pill. The abortion pill is safe, effective care that can – and should – be offered at every California university health center. You can learn more at http://justcarecalifornia.org/.
Sponsors: ACCESS Women’s Health Justice, ACT for Women and Girls, ACLU of California, California Latinas for Reproductive Justice, NARAL Pro-Choice California, Students United for Reproductive Justice at Berkeley, Women’s Foundation of California/Women’s Policy Institute. — ACLU
Here is a little window into how it was pitched in the initial stages:
Specifically, SB 320 will ensure access to medication abortion services on California public university campuses for students who may become pregnant and seek to terminate their pregnancy during the first ten weeks. This bill only applies to public universities with on-campus student health centers and would be enacted on a delayed implementation schedule to offer schools additional time to prepare to offer this service on campus. Many on-campus student health centers at public universities in California already offer reproductive health services, including contraception, pregnancy options counseling and other services for both women and men.
“Every woman in California, including students at public universities, has the constitutional right to access safe and timely early pregnancy termination. SB 320 ensures that university students are able to receive comprehensive health care services on campus—which includes receiving safe medication abortion services without needless delays or obstacles,” Senator Leyva said. “Students should not have to travel long distances, pay out of pocket or even miss class or work responsibilities in order to receive health care that can be provided at an on-campus facility that is specifically designed for student health care. If a student makes that decision, the safest time to end her pregnancy is within the first ten weeks so it is essential to minimize unnecessary delays in accessing that care. I thank my Senate Education Committee colleagues for supporting SB 320 to improve the academic success of students and empower them to make decisions supportive of their own personal and professional futures.” — California Senate
Do you get the feeling people are playing for keeps in the culture war?
Good. Because they are.
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