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California becomes first state in US requiring public universities to offer abortion pill on campus


Added 10-11-19 08:57:02pm EST - “Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed a bill into law on Friday that makes California the first state in the U.S.? to require public universities to offer medication abortion at on-campus student health centers.” - Thehill.com

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Gov. Gavin NewsomGavin Christopher NewsomOvernight Energy: Dems subpoena Perry in impeachment inquiry | EPA to overhaul rules on lead contamination tests | Commerce staff wrote statement rebuking weather service for contradicting Trump Hundreds of former EPA officials call for House probe, say agency's focus on California is politicized California bans small plastic bottles in hotels MORE (D) signed a bill into law on Friday that makes California the first state in the U.S. to require public universities to offer medication abortion at on-campus student health centers.

The state assembly voted in September to pass Senate Bill 24 in a 55-19 vote, several months after the state Senate first voted to approve the measure in May.

The new law requires that “each student health care services clinic on a California State University or University of California campus to offer abortion by medication techniques.” The 34 University of California and California State University schools have until January 2023 to comply.

In a medical abortion, which is nonsurgical and noninvasive, women within the first 10 weeks of their pregnancy can take two prescription pills to induce a miscarriage. It is different than the morning-after pill, which prevents pregnancy from occurring altogether. 

A study from the Journal of Adolescent Health priced the medical abortion drug at more than $600, which proponents of the legislation argued was a barrier for students in need.

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