The California State Assembly voted overwhelmingly to pass legislation to require public universities in the state to offer medication abortion at on-campus student health centers.
The body voted to pass Senate Bill 24 in a 55-19 voted on Friday, several months after the state Senate first voted to approve the measure in May.
According to The New York Times, 34 college campuses in the state would be affected by the legislation, if passed, which seeks to require “each student health care services clinic on a California State University or University of California campus to offer abortion by medication techniques.”
Watch as Karyn Turk debates Reese Everson on this issue and presents the argument that we have gotten to the point where we are advocating abortion and not even presenting other choices. Karyn discusses adoption as an option and the statistic of 37 families looking to adopt for every baby born in America.