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  • Scarlet
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    Originally posted by wolverineTrumpet View Post

    Not just that. Some of the signs around me so 'vote no on 3. Protect women'
    I'm not in to vandalism...but I really want to spray paint "lies" on those signs
    Use post it notes!

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  • wolverineTrumpet
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    Originally posted by MissThundercat View Post
    In MI, they're flat out lying about the proposal, saying veterinarians can perform abortions, social workers can authorize abortions, and minors will be allowed to obtain puberty blockers without parental involvement or a doctor's approval.
    Not just that. Some of the signs around me so 'vote no on 3. Protect women'
    I'm not in to vandalism...but I really want to spray paint "lies" on those signs

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  • FadeToBlack&Gold
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    Originally posted by MissThundercat View Post
    In MI, they're flat out lying about the proposal, saying veterinarians can perform abortions, social workers can authorize abortions, and minors will be allowed to obtain puberty blockers without parental involvement or a doctor's approval.
    The language of Prop 3 even says that the legislature could pass some restrictions as long as they don't infringe upon guaranteed protections for the health of the mother, however it does not **** around with allowing politicians to define what "fetal viability" means (i.e. a fixed number of weeks some Christofascist without a medical degree deems appropriate in all cases).

    (1) EVERY INDIVIDUAL HAS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT TO REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM, WHICH ENTAILS THE RIGHT TO MAKE AND EFFECTUATE DECISIONS ABOUT ALL MATTERS RELATING TO PREGNANCY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO PRENATAL CARE, CHILDBIRTH, POSTPARTUM CARE, CONTRACEPTION, STERILIZATION, ABORTION CARE, MISCARRIAGE MANAGEMENT, AND INFERTILITY CARE.

    AN INDIVIDUAL’S RIGHT TO REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM SHALL NOT BE DENIED, BURDENED, NOR INFRINGED UPON UNLESS JUSTIFIED BY A COMPELLING STATE INTEREST ACHIEVED BY THE LEAST RESTRICTIVE MEANS.

    NOTWITHSTANDING THE ABOVE, THE STATE MAY REGULATE THE PROVISION OF ABORTION CARE AFTER FETAL VIABILITY, PROVIDED THAT IN NO CIRCUMSTANCE SHALL THE STATE PROHIBIT AN ABORTION THAT, IN THE PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENT OF AN ATTENDING HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL, IS MEDICALLY INDICATED TO PROTECT THE LIFE OR PHYSICAL OR MENTAL HEALTH OF THE PREGNANT INDIVIDUAL.

    (2) THE STATE SHALL NOT DISCRIMINATE IN THE PROTECTION OR ENFORCEMENT OF THIS FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT.

    (3) THE STATE SHALL NOT PENALIZE, PROSECUTE, OR OTHERWISE TAKE ADVERSE ACTION AGAINST AN INDIVIDUAL BASED ON THEIR ACTUAL, POTENTIAL, PERCEIVED, OR ALLEGED PREGNANCY OUTCOMES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO MISCARRIAGE, STILLBIRTH, OR ABORTION. NOR SHALL THE STATE PENALIZE, PROSECUTE, OR OTHERWISE TAKE ADVERSE ACTION AGAINST SOMEONE FOR AIDING OR ASSISTING A PREGNANT INDIVIDUAL IN EXERCISING THEIR RIGHT TO REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM WITH THEIR VOLUNTARY CONSENT.

    (4) FOR THE PURPOSES OF THIS SECTION:

    A STATE INTEREST IS “COMPELLING” ONLY IF IT IS FOR THE LIMITED PURPOSE OF PROTECTING THE HEALTH OF AN INDIVIDUAL SEEKING CARE, CONSISTENT WITH ACCEPTED CLINICAL STANDARDS OF PRACTICE AND EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE, AND DOES NOT INFRINGE ON THAT INDIVIDUAL’S AUTONOMOUS DECISION-MAKING. “FETAL VIABILITY” MEANS: THE POINT IN PREGNANCY WHEN, IN THE PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENT OF AN ATTENDING HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL AND BASED ON THE PARTICULAR FACTS OF THE CASE, THERE IS A SIGNIFICANT LIKELIHOOD OF THE FETUS’S SUSTAINED SURVIVAL OUTSIDE THE UTERUS WITHOUT THE APPLICATION OF EXTRAORDINARY MEDICAL MEASURES.

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  • Kepler
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    Originally posted by MissThundercat View Post
    In MI, they're flat out lying about the proposal, saying veterinarians can perform abortions, social workers can authorize abortions, and minors will be allowed to obtain puberty blockers without parental involvement or a doctor's approval.
    Of course they are. They already told us who they are.

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  • MissThundercat
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    In MI, they're flat out lying about the proposal, saying veterinarians can perform abortions, social workers can authorize abortions, and minors will be allowed to obtain puberty blockers without parental involvement or a doctor's approval.

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  • Kepler
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    Originally posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
    I just read in the mid terms thread that it’s the dems trying to take away peoples rights. Hmmm
    It's my religious freedom as a Christian to ram my delusional ignorant hateful bigotries down your throat if you're more intelligent or better read than I am.

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    Originally posted by Handyman View Post
    I honestly had to avoid all news for a few days just because of how disgusted I am by the coverage and how it is affecting me emotionally.
    You're smarter than I am. Always have been.

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  • Deutsche Gopher Fan
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    I just read in the mid terms thread that it’s the dems trying to take away peoples rights. Hmmm

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  • Handyman
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    I honestly had to avoid all news for a few days just because of how disgusted I am by the coverage and how it is affecting me emotionally.

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  • Kepler
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    Originally posted by ScoobyDoo View Post

    Yep. Yet voters everywhere are lined up to vote for them. I pray the polls and the media is completely wrong but all I can think of Virginia. It smells a lot like Virginia out there right now.
    The media is falling over itself trying to sink the Dems. The GOP has come down to the rich using religious racists to save their thefts. And as Republican numbers dwindle into the 30s they will have to end democratic institutions to hold on to power.

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  • Kepler
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    GOP is going to murder a lot of poor white women in the prairie states and a lot of poor black women in the slave states. Bold strategy, Cotton.

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    Originally posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
    This is disgusting and it proves again that they don’t care about life.

    just ****ing atrocious

    https://twitter.com/lebassett/status...gYh_oSaiUbQf1w
    Yep. Yet voters everywhere are lined up to vote for them. I pray the polls and the media is completely wrong but all I can think of Virginia. It smells a lot like Virginia out there right now.

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  • FadeToBlack&Gold
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    I'm sure it will be blamed on the "woke", "globalist" officers in charge of the military. Damn those Courtney Massengales! Surely Sam Damon wouldn't approve!

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  • Handyman
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    Wow...

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  • Kepler
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    DOD to conservatards, "Drop dead."

    The Pentagon will pay for service members to travel for abortion care, a move that comes as many states have rolled back access to the procedure since the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

    In a memo dated Thursday, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin directed the department to adopt a suite of reproductive health care policies in response to the Supreme Court's June decision to end the federal right to abortion.

    "The practical effect of the recent changes is that service members may be forced to travel greater distances, take more time off work and pay more out-of-pocket expenses to access reproductive health care, all of which have readiness, recruiting and retention implications for America's armed forces," said Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder, a Pentagon spokesperson, speaking to reporters Thursday.

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