Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, which operates three clinics that provide abortions in the state, is not scheduling the procedure beyond June 25 as it anticipates a late June decision reversing the landmark 1973 decision that guaranteed abortion rights nationwide. The organization in recent weeks has dedicated two staff members to help patients book appointments and figure out how to get to clinics.
Whether clinics in Wisconsin will be able to provide abortions, though, has turned into a day-to-day question.
Everything but tech support.
Except that many companies will ‘adjust’ their health plans to cover transport to states that allow the continued slaughter of the unborn. These purveyors of child sacrifice will stop at nothing to continue their slaughter.
Billiam raises an interesting point – should Wisconsin residents be banned from traveling to another state or country if the purpose of the trip is to do something which is illegal in our state?
At least we can say the leftist death camps in WI have been shut down.
P. That raises a host of other issues. I count our vaunted Repub squishes would do that. Also, what else would a law like that be applied to? I would like to see it based on the fact that a human is being killed. Yet others would try and attach it say, going to Colorado or some other state where pot is legal. I have no issue with someone going to another state to get themselves high. Just don’t bring it back. I DO have an issue with someone going and getting their child killed. Unfortunately, these are so often a Pandora’s Box that once opened, can’t be closed.
That should say doubt our vaunted… I really should read closer before I submit. :-/
Monday? Cannot block anybody from traveling out of state, unless they are on probation