(Worthy News) - Christian conservatives and pro-life advocates are praising California's Democrat Gov. Jerry Brown for his veto of a bill that would have required all state universities to provide access to abortion-inducing drugs.
Brown vetoed SB 320, also known as the "College Student Right to Access Act," on Sunday. The bill would have required health centers at the 34 University of California or California State University campuses to offer abortion pills (RU-486) to students so they could terminate their pregnancies in their dorm rooms, and abortion clinics wouldn't have to incur the cost of bio-hazard waste disposal following the student's abortion.
If enacted, the bill would have taken effect in 2020. Although the bill passed the Senate in January, Brown reasoned that such a requirement is not needed. [ Source: Christian Post (Read More...) ]
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