California bill goes on ‘abortion pill’ access to public universities, in order to governor’s Desk

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California legislators passed a bill Friday that would have required on-campus clinics at all public universities in the country, the “abortion pill” for students to end the pregnancy up to 10 weeks, according to the reports.offer

The Senate in Sacramento approved SB24 on a 28-11 vote during the last day of the legislature session, the Sacramento Bee reported. The measure now heads to the Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Desk. The Democrat has a month to decide whether he signs it into law. It would be effective in January 2023.

SB24 campus health services to all the 34 public universities in the entire state — 11 the University of California system and 23, under the California State system — available to the Food and Drug Administration-approved pills would require.


The statements of the author, state sen. Connie Leyva , D-Chino, said access to abortion drugs on campus health clinics would prevent students from having to travel with “choose to delay important medical care, or long distances or to miss classes or work.”

To protect “at a time when States roll over our country again, women for the health care and access to abortion, California leads the nation each individual’s right to choose,” Leyva said in a statement. “SB 24 affirms the right of every college student’s access to abortion.”

The bill would, with money from private donors, to train employees and equip campus health clinics with ultrasound and other devices to medication abortion for students. To increase when private funds run out, the state would cover the costs, or universities student health fees.

Pro-life activists, meanwhile, said the concerns of the student, against abortion, no matter how good.

“We are also very concerned about the conscience rights of people — students, whose fees are used to cover these health centers,” Kristi Hamrick, a spokeswoman for students for Life of America, told the New York Times.

“We are also very concerned about the conscience rights of people — students, whose fees are used to cover these health centers.”

— Kristi Hamrick, spokesperson, students for Life of America

The state Department of Finance was not reported to be received against the invoice, the estimate of the cost to implement the measure in all public universities maintained by private donations alone, the bee. Republicans in both chambers against the bill Friday, and some Democrats abstained from a vote in the General Assembly.

The former California Gov. Jerry Brown elected to a similar bill in the past year. Newsom sat down on the promise that he would support the legislation requires public universities to offer the abortion pill, the students on the campus, before he was elected, in the year 2018, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.


More than 400,000 students attend California state university Campus, according to the statement. Most of the campus health services Center in the state to offer gynecological exams and contraception, but students refer to off the abortions-campus vendors, according to the time.

Drugs, abortion relates to a woman, that two different pills within two days, the drives prompt, and the cramps while the uterus of the pregnancy. The method is more than 90 percent effective and less invasive in comparison to other abortion, according to planned Parenthood.

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