Kansas Governor Signs Bill Allowing Pharmacists And Doctors To Deny Women Birth Control
“This new bill, known as the Heath Care Rights of Conscience Act and sponsored by GOP state Rep. Lance Kinzer, was signed into law on Monday…”
“The new law would bar anyone from being required to prescribe or administer a drug they “reasonably believe” might result in the termination of a pregnancy,” and could “open the door for a pharmacist to refuse a request for something like the “morning-after” pill.”
Women pharmacists need to start refusing to fill prescriptions for Viagra and fertility drugs claiming “conscience rights” then watch how fast legislators back-pedal.
Mississippi state Rep. Bubba Carpenter voted for the restrictive abortion law signed by the governor earlier this year and he says it doesn’t matter if women die by attempting coat hanger abortions because it’s all about maintaining what he calls “moral values.”
Far too many “Bubba” types are making these decisions across the country; hayseeds who get their information from the Animal Husbandry guy at the local agricultural extension.
“Gov. Jan Brewer signed a bill Friday that relaxes Arizona’s requirement for health plans to cover contraception, legislation that supporters called a protection for religious freedom and that critics called an attack on women.
Under the measure, employers that formally identify themselves as religiously oriented organizations will be able to drop contraception coverage for birth control purposes. They’d still have to provide it for other medical reasons. The bill also affects coverage for abortion-inducing drugs.”
“Franciscan University, a small Catholic college in Ohio, said it will drop its health insurance coverage for students instead of complying with a new federal mandate to provide contraception coverage…”
“Rep. Steve King (R-IA), the same congressman who thinks states have a right to ban contraception, has revived an anti-abortion bill that is destined to die in the Senate. King has reintroduced his bill to “prohibit federal tele-health grants from going to clinics and doctors who use video-conferencing technology to prescribe the abortion medication mifepristone, also known as RU-486.” So far, the bill has 47 co-sponsors.”
This is the same fool who declared:
“Preventing babies from being born is not medicine. That’s not— that’s not constructive to our culture and our civilization…”
“… stood in front of the Supreme Court, where justices are debating the constitutionality of parts of the Obama administration’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and told them to “Keep your law off my body!”
“The New Hampshire House on Tuesday approved a provision that would allow employers that are partly or wholly owned by a religious society or formed for a religious intent to exclude contraception coverage from their health plans…
The House on Tuesday also voted to revive a measure (HB 1659) that would require women to wait 24 hours before obtaining abortion care…”
The 24-hour wait bill requires that women receive explicit information about the fetus, the proposed procedure, medical risks associated with it and alternatives to abortion.”
Because as we all know, most abortions are spur of the moment ideas that pop into women’s heads during shopping trips, or hair appointments, and they figure “well, as long as I’m in the neighborhood”…