Left-wing CA leads way with vend-an-abortion
The University of California-Davis has set up a vending machine in a study lounge offering Advil, tampons, pregnancy tests, condoms, and even Plan B, the so-called emergency contraception or day-after pill.
Studies reveal that the latter more than likely causes an early abortion.
“I just believe it’s unfortunate that the abortion industry is continuing to sell this lie to students, that they need any sort of abortion or abortifacient in order to be successful students on campus,” Camille Rodriguez, California regional coordinator for Students for Life, tells OneNewsNow.
The California Assembly is currently considering a bill that would force all tax-supported college campuses to provide RU486 on demand, the abortion drug that has serious side effects and has caused the deaths of at least 14 mothers.
According to Rodriguez, college officials are complicit in spreading the message. She says they are selling students and women short in not providing on-campus assistance to young women if they are pregnant and want to continue their education.
“They’re putting forth this assumption that students can’t control themselves,” Rodriguez contends, “that if they are engaging in sexual activity, the only thing they need is some sort of contraception or abortifacient.”