[Ed. – Not just pro-choice but pro-abortion.]
Two months after California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill to force colleges to provide abortions, pro-abortion lawmakers are trying to push it through again.
State Sen. Connie Leyva plans to re-introduce her radical pro-abortion bill Monday, the first day of the session, The Daily Californian reports. She said she hopes Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom will support it.
The legislation would mandate that all public universities and community colleges provide free abortions drugs up to 10 weeks of pregnancy at their student health centers.
“California has always been a leader, and why shouldn’t we be a leader in women’s rights as well?” Leyva said. “We need to say to the rest of the country that we value women, we respect women, and they need to choose what to do with respect to their own body.”
Her bill is not pro-choice, though. It is pro-abortion. It pushes abortion on vulnerable students while providing no support whatsoever for pregnant students who want to parent their babies or make an adoption plan.