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AB 2223 would remove a requirement that coroners investigate the deaths of fetuses after 20 weeks that are related to or following known or suspected self-induced or criminal abortion.
Within the first six months of legalizing assisted suicide in California, more than 100 people ended their own lives under the framework.
The Sept. 9 meeting with Catholic members of the African American community occurred on the feast of St. Peter Claver as the first event of the year-long project.
Among the bills proposed in the California legislature is Senate Bill 1004, which would require health insurance companies to hide “sensitive” medical procedures for adult and minor children who are covered under their parents’ health coverage plan.
If the bill passes, all 34 public universities will be required to offer medical abortions for the first 10 weeks of a pregnancy.
Tens of thousands of Catholics in the Golden State opposed the bill, amid expression-of-religion concerns.