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Body part peddlers complain that prolifers make them “look bad”

End-Of-Life Decisions and Facts


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Assembly Select Committee On Women's Reproductive Health,
Wednesday,
March 11th, 2020


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Landmark Cases explores the human stories and constitutional dramas behind some of the most significant and frequently cited decisions in the Supreme Court's history


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TS Radio interview
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Meeting the needs of Patients - Post
Roe v. Wade



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CA Senate Health Committee SB 24 hearing on April 3, 2019.


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The Star of Bethlehem shines brightly on the newborn child, Jesus.


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This child doesn’t need Government mandated Pre-K schooling. Young John is the grandchild of a very fine Pro Life Family.


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Four month and six month old human fetal skeletons, displayed At the Federal Civil War Medical and Military history Museum, in Silver Spring, MD. Display can be found in new more current segment of the museum’s historical displays.


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Mary Catherine was an abandoned new-born, found in Antioch and buried by Ca. Right to Life and Birthright of concord, at Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Lafayette, Ca. along with 24 other pre-born babies.


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Come Holy Spirit, enlighten the minds and hearts of your people!
July 4th, 2018






Legislative

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END OF SESSION OVERVIEW OF BILLS AWAITING FINAL VOTES
August 13th 2012 @ 6:20 pm

Camille Giglio

HEALTH CARE LEGISLATION. CRLC has submitted letters of opposition on everyone of these bills. We have received phone calls from the media and other groups and even legislators wanting to know why we oppose. Some times we are the only one in opposition.

SB1338, Christine Kehoe, (D-San Diego) Abortion: and, SB 623, Kehoe, Public Health: Health Workforce Projects.

SB 1338, the bill that would have authorized the state to recognize mid-level health workers to perform first trimester abortions, languishes in the Senate Committee on Business, Professions and Economic Development. It probably will not be heard because it just drew too much negative publicity.

In the meantime Sen. Kehoe gutted another bill, SB 623, and amended the bill with wording similar to parts of her SB 1338. This is awaiting hearing in Assembly Appropriations Committee for August 16.

In this version she is calling for the state to extend the period for training health care workers to perform abortions, asking only that the handful of medical assistants now trained be recognized for their skills; and, that the program itself be given time to publish its results in order to obtain public and professional input. It is still a bill dangerous to the life and health of pregnant women and certainly to their babies.

SB1416, Michael Rubio, (D-Bakersfield), Medical Residency Training Program Grants. This creates a Graduate Medical Education Trust Fund to receive private moneys donated through the State Healthcare Workforce Policy Commission which will be used to train medical personnel to work, especially, in the area of low-income, medically “underserved” aka immigrant communities.

I asked Rubio’s office if this bill was a link to Kehoe’s bill and was told, oh, my no. I didn’t believe it then and I don’t believe it still. This is a very convoluted bill with definite ties to the very office of statewide health Planning and Development that originally authorized the training program known as HWPP#171, funding the Bixby Center and Planned Parenthood at UCSF to train midwives, etc. in committing first trimester abortions. See Kehoe, SB 1338.

While the state itself can not pay with tax dollars for such training, it can set up pass-through agencies to receive private funding and donations for such generalized things as grants to graduate medical residency training programs such as this bill authorizes, which is then given out as grants to community agencies to fund most anything.

The California Health Care Workforce Policy Commission was created in 1976, as an extension of a 1973 piece of legislation referred to as the Song/Brown Act. (Song refers to Alfed N Song, a legislator from the late 1960’s through 1970’s. The Brown referred to just may be Jerry Brown who was Secretary of State in 1973. Research will not divulge this name).

It is this piece of legislation that authorizes expanding the training of medical personnel including nurse assistants, midwives, etc, to service medically underserved communities.

I believe it is also this Song/Brown Project and the Workforce Development Act that is authorizing Planned Parenthood to enter into low-income communities to set up their abortion services staffed with nurse practitioners.

SB1476, Mark Leno, (D-S.F.) Parentage. Authorizes the courts to find that, if it is in the best interest of the child, this child may be provided with 3 parents, each required to provide child support, i,e, attention, financial security, and visitation rights (no where does it say where the child will live or if it will be full time residency, or portions of each week spent at different places) rights based on their [the adult’s] constraints.

Knowing the amount of health care and education bills submitted to and signed by the Governor over the years giving greater and greater authority to the medical profession and the schools, to provide services and guidance to children, one wonders if, in fact, Leno’s preference for the third parent would actually be the state?

This bill is awaiting a final floor vote and is expected to go to the Governor.

SB 803, Mark De Saulnier, (D-Concord), Youth Leadership Project. This bill has been amended six times, the latest being August 7th.

This creates the Youth Leadership Project Committee composed of specific appointed youth. These youth, between the ages of 14-18, would advise the legislature on public policy issues affecting youth such as:

Education, Employment, the environment, behavioral and physical health, criminal justice, homelessness, foster care, emancipation, poverty and any other policy or fiscal issues deemed appropriate, in order to help provide potential solutions on issues related to youth.

This committee, answerable to Tom Torlakson, Superintendent of Public Instruction. shall have the authority to award grant monies to youth for studies in the above mentioned fields.

I see the formation of a partnership here between youth and government, eliminating the parent.

AB 2109, Richard Pan, Vaccinations. This bill goes before the senate on Aug 16. If it passes this will allow the medical clinics and school clinics to vaccinate your child with whatever they want without your input.

-Camille
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Take away God, all respect for civil laws, all regard for even the most necessary institutions disappears; justice is scouted; the very liberty that belongs to the law of nature is trodden underfoot; and men go so far as to destroy the very structure of the family, which is the first and firmest foundation of the social structure.
- St. Pius X, Jucunda Sane, March 12, 1904