California could soon pass a law that would require all 146 taxpayer-funded colleges and universities in The Golden State to dispense abortifacient pills to its female students.
Democratic state Senator Connie Leyva (in photo) has put forth the College Student Right to Access Act, which say says will “help to improve the academic success of students” by providing easy abortions.
The program would also require student health insurance plans to provide for abortions at University of California schools, 23 Cal State campuses and 113 community colleges.
“If a UC, CSU or community college already has a student health center, it makes sense that they provide this health care service within that facility,” the Senator has said.
Student pro-life organizations are outraged. “There is nothing pro-woman about legislating that students get the abortion drug on campus,” Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins told a reporter from The College Fix.