A national attempt to ban abortions that are sought solely because of the gender of the fetus may not have succeeded, but one Utah legislator believes it might be worth investigating to see if the state needs its own bill to address the alleged problem.
Via The Daily Herald:
Well, I guess that’s one way to make sure every pregnancy is intentional.
Utah State Senator Stuart Reid (R-Ogden) is proposing legislation that would offer sexuality education to parents and then allow parents to choose whether their children receive similar education in school. Before you start applauding know that his ultimate goal is to see more young people “opted out” of sexuality education in Utah schools.
If waiting for an abortion is a good consumer protection law, why not apply it to more things?
If the law goes into effect, it will be the nation’s longest waiting period, and other states will be likely to follow suit.
Romney and Corbett both want power, for themselves. And they are willing to demean women to get it.
Next, they intend to pass a law sending women to their rooms without dinner.
Oh, Chuck Winder, you need to stop trying to talk about medical procedures…
Despite the fact that South Dakota’s three day wait has been on hold for being likely unconstitutional, Utah’s governor has signed the bill anyway.