If California state politicians have their way, soon all of the state’s public universities will be forced to dispense abortion pills to students to induce their own abortions in their dorm rooms.
At least one of California’s university systems, California State University, has expressed concern about the risks and said it is reluctant to participate, yet Senate Bill 320 just passed the California legislature and now goes to Gov. Brown for his signature.
If you live in California, use the link below to email or call Gov. Brown and tell him to VETO SB 320. We have included a prewritten message for you to use, or you can create your own. (If you do not live in California, STOP HERE. You will not be able to access Gov. Brown’s office through this site.)
California politicians and their abortion industry backers are lying to students by telling them that a medication abortion (RU-486) is like a heavy period that just flushes away a clump of undefined cells. The facts are:
- The abortion pill regimen can be administered up to 10 weeks into a pregnancy when the baby has a beating heart and arms and legs. The first pill in the regimen, mifepristone, cuts off blood and nutrients to the baby, slowly starving her to death over one to two days. The second pill induces labor.
- More young women will find themselves in communal dormitory bathrooms in labor, expelling their dead babies — often in excruciating pain and heavily bleeding for days — with no direct medical supervision.
- Since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the abortion pill in 2000, at least 22 women have died after taking the regimen, and many others have had serious complications, with nearly 600 experiencing such severe blood loss that they required transfusions.
Abortion advocates want to turn California’s university student health centers into abortion centers. What they are attempting to do is to normalize abortions for students and for society in general, making it easier for people to accept that a woman killing her child is okay, even good.
We will only stop this bill if enough people stand up and speak out against it. If you live in California, use the link below to email or call Gov. Brown and tell him to VETO SB 320. (If you do not live in California, STOP HERE. You will not be able to access Gov. Brown’s office through this site.)