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California Democrats Vote to Mandate College Campus Clinics Stock Abortion Pill

Unborn baby before 9 weeks after conception.

On Sunday September 30, 2018, California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed Senate Bill 320 (crafted by Senator Connie Leyval, Democrat-Chino) that would have required California State University and University of California campuses student health clinics to stock the abortion pill Ru-486.

In a message sent with the unsigned bill, Gov. Brown stated:

Access to reproductive health services, including abortion, is a long-protected right in California. According to a study sponsored by supporters of this legislation, the average distance to abortion providers in college campus communities varies from five to seven miles, not an unreasonable distance.

Disgruntled and dissatisfied Senate Democrats find it an “unreasonable” expectation for college students to be inconvenienced by having to have their class day interrupted by “long distance” travel (sure 5 to 7 miles is quite a distance to travel when desiring to murder your unborn baby).

Instead, Democrats would prefer that campus students can pick up their morning coffee and biscotti, drop by the student health clinic to obtain the abortion pill, and head to class. Sure that makes logical sense, these students can’t afford to miss any amount of time in their Biology 101 class. How would they learn of the basics of human biology such as that at the moment of conception everything is determine by DNA. The sex, the skin color, height, eye color and hair color to name a few of the characteristics of the unborn baby.

In December 2018, Sen. Connie Leyval introduced new legislation, the Student Right to Access Bill SB-24. Once again, the intent of this legislation is to amend the state’s public health code by requiring on-campus student health clinics at California State University and University of California campuses to have the abortion pill on-hand to offer students medication abortion.

On Wednesday April 3, the California State Senate Health Committee voted 7 to 3 to approve the bill.

For information on what a woman who regrets taking the abortion pill can do, read Pulpit &Pen’s There’s Still Time to Save Your Baby’s Life! How to STOP the Effects of the Abortion Pill.