(Worthy News) - California governor Gavin Newsom (D.) will force all taxpayer-funded public university campuses to provide abortion pills for students by 2023.
The College Student Right to Access Act requires each of its 34 campuses in the California State and University of California systems to provide access to abortion pills. The legislation characterized pregnancy as a "medical condition." Rather than seeking out abortion clinics, students will be able to obtain medical abortions on campus.
"Because abortion by medication techniques is both a recognized treatment for the medical condition of pregnancy and a health service every pregnant person in the state has the legal right to choose, it is the intent of the Legislature that public university student health centers make abortion by medication techniques as accessible and cost-effective for students as possible," the bill says. [ Source: Washington Free Beacon (Read More...) ]
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