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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed two bills on Wednesday relating to abortion rights, with both helping children hide medical information from parents.

The first bill, AB 1356, will create new offenses arising from recording or photographing patients or providers within 100 feet of the entrance to a reproductive health services facility. The other, AB 1184, will keep patient information confidential for patients who are not the primary policyholder for their health insurance. Healthcare services that patients can keep confidential include “reproductive health care and gender-affirming care,” according to the governor’s statement .

The article goes on to state the following:

Newsom’s statement noted his signing of the bills came after Texas enacted a ban on abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, promising California would “remain a haven for all Californians, and for those coming from out-of-state seeking reproductive health services here.”


“California has been a leader in protecting access to sexual and reproductive rights, but as we’ve seen recently with unprecedented attacks on these rights, we can and must do more,” said Governor Newsom. “I applaud the establishment of the California Future of Abortion Council and look forward to its important work to advance our state’s leadership on this vital issue. I’m proud today to sign these two bills that demonstrate our dedication to strengthening and further protecting access to reproductive health care services in California.”

Newsom’s office released the following information on the legislation, including the governors statement:

SACRAMENTO – In the face of unprecedented attacks on women’s health care and reproductive rights throughout the country, Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the Administration’s participation in a new advisory group, the California Future of Abortion Council, to advance the state’s leadership on reproductive freedom and signed legislation furthering the state’s commitment to ensuring access to essential reproductive and sexual health care services. The legislation will protect the privacy of patients seeking sensitive health care services, including reproductive health care, and create new safeguards to protect patients and providers from harassment.

“California has been a leader in protecting access to sexual and reproductive rights, but as we’ve seen recently with unprecedented attacks on these rights, we can and must do more,” said Governor Newsom. “I applaud the establishment of the California Future of Abortion Council and look forward to its important work to advance our state’s leadership on this vital issue. I’m proud today to sign these two bills that demonstrate our dedication to strengthening and further protecting access to reproductive health care services in California.”

AB 1356 by Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan (D-Orinda) increases penalties for current crimes under the California Freedom of Access to Clinic Act and updates online privacy laws and peace officer training related to anti-reproduction-rights offenses. It creates new offenses arising from recording or photographing patients or providers within 100 feet of the entrance to a reproductive health services facility.

AB 1184 by Assemblymember David Chiu (D-San Francisco) protects the privacy rights of people receiving sensitive health care services, including reproductive health care and gender-affirming care, by ensuring patient information is kept confidential if they are not the primary policyholder for their health insurance.

This action comes in the wake of attacks on sexual health care and reproductive rights around the country, including the U.S. Supreme Court’s failure to block Texas’ ban on abortion after six weeks. California is a national leader on reproductive and sexual health protections and rights, and Governor Newsom’s actions today make clear that the state will remain a haven for all Californians, and for those coming from out-of-state seeking reproductive health services here. The Administration’s participation in the new “California Future of Abortion Council” – launched by Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California (PPAC), NARAL-Pro Choice CA, Black Women for Wellness, ACCESS Reproductive Justice, and National Health Law Program (NHelp) – will work in collaboration with researchers, advocates, policy makers, providers, patients and key constituents to identify potential challenges that currently exist or may arise, and recommend solutions that will continue the state’s reproductive freedom leadership.

In 2019, Governor Newsom signed a Proclamation on Reproductive Freedom, reaffirming California’s commitment to protecting women’s reproductive choices. The Governor has advanced investments to expand access to reproductive and sexual health care and signed multiple bills protecting reproductive freedom, including SB 374 earlier this year and SB 24 and AB 1264 in 2019.

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25 COMMENTS

  1. this is so #ucking wrong! i hope his children take advantage of both ways and show him how other parents would feel with so many regretting sex change and a lot of young women that regret abortions they had … what are they teaching our kids?

  2. State sanctioned murder of the innocent. Circumventing the parents is a violation of our basic rights. Abortions Dr.’s make a ton of money on the procedure. Sadly some women post abortion have a tough time coping with it.

  3. This demonrat cheated to stop from getting recalled and we all know it he is one sick son of a bitch .
    California is doomed I was born and raised here it’s not the Calif I grew up in .

  4. What an evil pos bastard! Im 58 uears old and have never seen such evil in this country! Been holding the line for 2 years now! Losing faith in our people for allowing such shit!

  5. So a girl comes home and no longer has a gender surgery and then gets sick but the parents don’t know that the child had a surgery and thinks they have something that will pass. When it doesn’t and they call the doctor they can’t tell them accurate information and now the kid has serious problems. Kids don’t take care of themselves and they don’t know if they’ve ever had adverse reactions to certain families of drugs. This bill is putting so many kids in danger it’s scary as hell! We’ll never hear about the adverse results of this bill on kids!

  6. Sickening! It’s reprehensible that CA wants to protect abortions, while they mandate & track who is or isn’t Vaccinated! Newsom is evil!

  7. I was married with 8 children. I couldn’t afford family health insurance. My wife didn’t have any insurance until my imminent divorce, then she became a ward of the state by being put on medicaid. Newsom is virtually protecting the states MEDICAID money until these people come off the rolls.

  8. I see so parents are 100% responsible for thier children and can be PROSECUTED for thier MINOR childs actions BUT thier childs medical information is none of thier business only for PAYING for it ?? Newsome is one of the lowest shittiest governors in history lets see what HIS kids do bet they’ll be treated alot different ppl need to GET OUT of ca .

  9. He is in bed with Soros, Pelosi and Satan himself. He is EVIL! What’s next Newscum, legalizing child street walkers?
    I pray he and the rest of his kind fry in the deepest, darkest, depths of Hell for all eternity.

  10. Another election rife with fraud, another crazy out of control Democrat.
    My sympathies to any INTELLIGENT persons stuck living in California.

  11. Won’t the parents know about the abortion or transgender surgery when they get the medical bill or statement from their insurance company? Or will the procedures be paid for through medicaid? What happens if a child becomes sick or dies or becomes mentally ill after one of these procedures? Who’s paying for those cercomstances? I see lawsuits in the future and children suffering needlessly and families being torn apart.

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