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Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom is one of the worst elected state officials in California’s history. During his reign as Governor of California, rates of homelessness, drug overdoses, abortions, and crime all skyrocketed. Well, now Newsom just signed a bill banning abortion and as many of you know that comes free from the state but comes from the taxpayer’s pocket.
Senator Lena A. Gonzalez of Long Beach introduced Senate Bill 245, commonly known as the Abortion Access Act, into the California legislature early last year. According to the governor’s office, they are one of six states that require health insurance carriers to cover abortion services.
After Proposition 245 passed the Senate Newsom signed it into law and now it is law. Due to Newsom’s new law, abortions will no longer require out-of-pocket patients. Workers and their companies will pay higher premiums to cover the hundreds of thousands of dollars in spending.
Here’s the moment he turned the bill into law:
California is eliminating out-of-pocket costs for abortion services, ensuring cost is not a barrier to accessing care.
As states try to put us behind by restricting basic reproductive rights, California continues to protect and promote reproductive freedom for all. pic.twitter.com/MGavA5l8Ir
– Office of the Governor of California (@CAgovernor) March 23, 2022
Did you notice how happy everyone is in the video? They are literally celebrating the future deaths of their children.
The Post Millennial had more on the story:
“This measure would prohibit a health care service plan or individual or group policy or certificate of health or disability insurance from being issued, modified, renewed, or transferred in or after January 1, 2023, deductibles, coinsurance, copayments, or any other cost-sharing requirements for coverage for all abortion and abortion-related services apply pregnancy, as stated,” the bill states.
It also prohibits health care plans from imposing “use management or usage assessment for coverage for outpatient abortion services.”
“The bill would require that for a contract, certificate, or policy that is a high-deductible health plan, a cost-sharing prohibition would apply when the enrollee or covered has been satisfied for the benefit year,” it continued, adding that the bill would not include experimental or investigative treatments.
According to the AP news agency, the bill is considered an attempt to respond pre-emptively if the US Supreme Court overturns the Roe v. Wade case. 26 states in the US are likely to ban or restrict abortion, if so.
California has a long dark history of celebrating abortion and eugenics. From the early 1900s through the 1970s, the state of California used sterilization for women deemed mentally ill or physically impaired, according to state guidelines. By some estimates, more than 20,000 residents of California were sterilized during the eugenics movement in the state.
A CBS report says that the most recent sterilization occurred in 2013, at which time the state of California sterilized more than 144 women in prison using coercive techniques to achieve sterilization goals. Crime, poverty, and overcrowding in cities were all problems in California in the early 1900s, so officials came up with the horrifying concept of sterilization of women they feared would give birth. out unproductive people and introduce them into society.
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