• June 4, 2023

Oregon Bill To Hide Children From Parental Knowledge On Abortions, Gender Surgery PASSES State House

 Oregon Bill To Hide Children From Parental Knowledge On Abortions, Gender Surgery PASSES State House

Oregon Democrats have rammed through HB2002, a highly controversial bill that would allow children to get abortions and undergo gender transformation surgery without their parents’ knowledge, and the parents’ insurance company would have to pick up the cost.

After a series of procedural attempts by the Republicans to stop the proposal on Monday, the bill passed 36-23, with every democrat voting for it, along with one republican, Representative Charlie Conrad. Every other Republican voted against the bill, sans one who was absent for the day

If passed into law, the bill would also decriminalize the concealing of a dead infant, and force Oregon taxpayers to foot the cost for people from out-of-state seeking these same procedures. Doctors are also shielded from any malpractice related to these procedures.

Strangely enough, two days after the vote, the list of people who voted for the bill has not been added to the bill tracker page on the Oregon Legislature website. It only lists the NAY votes as of press time of this article.

The democrats, of course, cheered on the passage:

Today we vote on the Reproductive Health & Access to Care (RHAC) Bill. This is about protecting Oregonians’ basic rights and freedoms. Specifically, our right to make our own decisions about our own bodies without political interference.


— OR House Democrats (@ORHouseDems) May 1, 2023

House Majority Leader Julie Fahey released this statement:

Today, Oregon House Democrats passed thehistoricReproductive Health & Access to Care(RHAC) Bill (House Bill 2002).House Majority Julie Fahey(DWest Eugene & Veneta) releases the following statement:

“After the Supreme Court’s reckless decision to overturnRoe v Wade,House Democrats made a commitment to protect Oregonians’ basic rights and freedoms. Today, we fulfilled that commitment.

“TheReproductive Health & Access to Care Bill is built on thebelief that every single Oregonianno matter your income, race, gender, or zip codeshould have the right to make deeply personal health care decisions without interference from politicians.

“This bill fully restores the rights we had underRoe,and it protects Oregonians from the antiabortion

Source: The Gateway Pundit

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