Sacramento – State Senate Sends RU 486 to the Assembly

By a party-line vote of 23-13 the Democrat-controlled State Senate passed SB 320 which mandates the distribution of the powerful abortifacient drug RU 486 to State College and University young women. This is a VERY powerful and dangerous artificial-steroid that attacks the mother’s body first, to prevent the child from getting nutrition. Mom eventually miscarries in a VERY messy-end for the child. The measure now heads to the Assembly. 

SB 320 Bill History and Status


Source: California Pro-Life Council

 

 


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4 Responses to Sacramento – State Senate Sends RU 486 to the Assembly

  1. Helen A January 30, 2018 at 5:56 pm

    I’m new to the Citizens’ Journal but would like to know if the contributor of this article, Debra Tash, is a professional journalist or can anyone submit an article and comment without any editorial review.

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    • Citizen Reporter January 30, 2018 at 6:13 pm

      This was not written by Ms. Tash, but is a press release. Looks like the source is missing. I will ask editor to correct that.

      With regard to your question, this is CITIZENS Journal. We do accept articles from the public.

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      • Helen A January 30, 2018 at 9:38 pm

        Thank you for the response. Yes, the source is always important. There are many press releases that are not factual (regarding climate change and evolution for example) so the more we know the better. Thanks again. I will read the journal with your information in mind.

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        • Citizen Reporter January 30, 2018 at 10:06 pm

          Helen A. : Many publications run these releases with minor or no changes, not even revealing that they are based on press releases. Our policy is to clearly mark PRs and sources. We forgot the source on this one which probably helped to prompt your question. Same policy with police and DA reports. Those are govt versions of news, so people need to know that.

          Thanks for your interest.

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