The state’s Republican Attorney General attempts to close two clinics that provide abortion by claiming they improperly disposed of medical records.
Following in the footsteps of 45 other states, Michigan was poised to adopt legislation that would require schools to develop an anti-bullying policy. At the last minute, however, language was added to the bill that places LGBTQ students in more danger instead of less: a specific allowance for bullying that is done in the name of religious belief.
More legislation to fix issues that don’t really exist.
The governor signed the new bill on Tuesday, despite the fact that it is banning something already considered illegal.
The bill will ban a procedure that is already banned federally and doesn’t really exist.
The ban has passd the State Senate and is expected to pass the House.
As far as HB 4799 is concerned, threatening to divorce your wife unless she gets an abortion has a $10,000 price tag. Threatening to divorce her if she gets an abortion, however, is perfectly acceptable. In fact, the state itself is perfectly willing to participate in coercion against abortion.
The group is still looking for suspects in a suspicious package that damaged a clinic last month.
There’s a new crusade in the U.S., a crusade against any type of sex not solely for procreation. The sword is the taxpayer funding, and the aggressors don’t care who their victims are.
Last week, the Michigan House appropriations committee voted to approve a budget that includes a staggering $201.4 million cut to community health funding. The budget will eliminate all state funding currently available for family planning.