01 Sep California’s Abortion Apocalypse
Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest is already advertising abortion on a big billboard like a tropical island vacation . . . and with good reason. California is already funding 100% free abortions without co-pays, thanks to SB 245.
Working feverishly throughout several late night sessions, the California legislature has successfully passed a slew of abortion-expansion bills. California is poised to become the most radical pro-abortion state in the nation.
Governor Gavin Newsom will formally usher in the California Abortion Apocalypse when he signs these bills into law:
- SB 1142 funds California’s abortion tourism as part of the state budget, covering cost of abortion plus transportation, lodging, lost wages and childcare while women get free abortions in the state;
- SB 1245 establishes Los Angeles County as an abortion “safe haven,” providing additional funding to ensure even more abortion access;
- SB 1375 reduces doctor oversight and lowers professional standards for abortions;
- AB 2223, the Infanticide Bill, blocks investigation of all botched abortions and shield anyone who aids in the death of a baby weeks after it survives an abortion (AB 2223)’”
- AB 2134 establishes an abortion slush fund to provide grants to abortion providers to cover abortion costs.
- AB 1918 funds abortion scholarships as a form of Reproductive Justice;
- AB 2586 funds a task force to increase abortion access as even more Reproductive Justice;
- AB 1940 creates school-based health centers at or near elementary, middle and high schools and empowers these centers to supply reproductive health care — code for abortion services like the chemical abortion pills;
- AB 657 fast-tracks abortion licensing;
- AB 1666, AB 2091 and AB 1242 work together to prevent California compliance with other states’ valid judgments, out-of-state subpoenas, warrants and orders that concern abortion in violation of the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the U.S. Constitution — these three are “urgency” statutes, becoming effective immediately once signed;
- AB 2320 subsidizes a pilot program to increase abortion access in rural counties;
- AB 2134 creates a Reproductive Health Equity Fund to make state grants for abortion benefits;
- SB 532 forbids employment discrimination by adding “reproductive health care decisionmaking” as a new civil rights category.
Newsom has until September 30th to sign or veto these measures. AB 1666 is already chaptered and in effect.
Are you angry enough to stop pro-abort policies in California? In November, you have your chance.
VOTE NO ON PROP 1, the Abortion Amendment to the California state constitution to send a message to pro-abort legislators.
VOTE OUT PRO-ABORTS and support pro-life candidates running for office.
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