“Moving sales of these life-ending pills to campuses is going to create new horrors and chaos at schools, as well as create financial and legal liabilities for schools and taxpayers when things go wrong,” said SFLA’s Kristan Hawkins, who pledges to help New York students.
WASHINGTON D.C. (12-17-19) Following in the tragic footsteps of California legislators who earlier this year pushed a bill forward to bring dangerous abortion drugs on every public college campus in their state, New York lawmakers now have a bill to consider that would do much the same. Bill No. A08743, introduced by Assemblyman Harvey Epstein, a Democrat from Manhattan, would require New York state universities to dispense chemical abortions at the public schools, despite the fact that women have died when taking the pills. Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins pledged to support New York students who will oppose this effort to risk lives on campuses through exposure to the chemical concoction that ends preborn life and causing extreme bleeding.
“This effort comes at a time in which abortion advocates stopped a study of the destructive pills as women reported horrible bleeding and pain from the drugs,” noted Students for Life of America President Kristan Hawkins. “Bringing dangerous drugs on campus, exposing students to life-threatening risks and the schools to liability serves no educational purpose. These toilet bowl abortions cause incredible suffering for the mothers who take these pills, and yet radical abortion advocates work to lower safeguards and expose women to predatory abusers. We will stand with New York students just as we supported students in California.”
“Already this week, two stories of predatory men using deadly force and coercion to force women to take abortion drugs are international news. Moving sales of these life-ending pills to campuses is going to create new horrors and chaos at schools, as well as create financial and legal liabilities for schools and taxpayers when things go wrong. Rather than making plans to end the lives of infants, schools should partner with Students for Life of America’s Pregnant on Campus program to equip students for success for themselves and their children.”
For more on SFLA efforts to support students and healthcare workers concerned about violations of their conscience rights as well as the welfare of students, go to https://www.nocampusabortions.com
For more on the risks of chemical abortion, click here, for a nurse’s point of view.
To learn more about SFLA’s Pregnant on Campus program and the Pregnant and Parenting Bill of Rights, click here.
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