A bill that I don't like
What I'm curious about is this quote: " "This bill simply says that a parent has a right to know if their child is having surgery," Clay said."
I guess I'll have to read the bill in full if I want details because there *are* non-surgical abortions. Would someone assisting a minor in getting a non-surgical abortion be exempted from living within the confines of the law (if it even becomes a law...)? I hope so.
I can't even begin to list the possible ramifications if this becomes a law. Where do I start? How 'bout not at all, because just the fact that it passed in the house (or was even proposed!) is infuriating.
Hoping I don't lose *my* right to choose, too-