Governor Gavin Newsom of California just signed a bill mandating Free abortions at all colleges and universities.
The pro-abortion bill, which passed the state legislature in September, mandates that all public colleges and universities provide abortion drugs for free to students up to 10 weeks of pregnancy starting Jan. 1, 2023. The bill promotes abortion instead of providing young women with pregnancy support and options.
Now that the bill has become law, 34 public college campuses in the state will be forced to begin providing abortion drugs. According to the bill, lawmakers hope to collect about $10 million in private donations to help campuses set up their abortion practices. The state Commission on the Status of Women and Girls will be in charge of overseeing the funding.
However, a California Department of Finance report predicted that the donations will not be nearly enough to fund the program over the next several years. That means California taxpayers and students will be forced to pay for unborn babies to be aborted across the state
“It’s about access. Just because you have a constitutional right, if you don’t have access to that constitutional right, then it’s really no right at all,” state Sen. Connie Levya, a Democrat and lead sponsor of the bill, told Vice. “I’m tired of women being shamed.”-LifeNews.com
Senator Connie Levya believes it’s everyone’s constitutional responsibility to foot the bill. I beg to differ! Why is it any college’s right or responsibility to promote and pay for abortions? You can argue all you want about abortion rights. A woman can currently have an abortion if she wants one in America. The argument (moral views aside) here is: we all should NOT be footing the bill!
You can contact Connie and tell her how you feel about this.
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