Rachel Pryce, a college student at the University of California, San Diego, has taken on a campaign to prevent the dangerous sale of the abortion pill on her campus. The freshman told The San Diego Union-Tribune why she opposes California Senate Bill 320 (SB 320). The bill passed the California Senate, but is yet to make its way through the State Assembly. It would require — not just allow, but require — public universities to sell abortion pills to pregnant women on campus. These abortions are also known as chemical abortions, medication abortions, medical abortions, and RU-486. They are generally committed in the first 10 weeks of pregnancy. The universities would be under no obligation to also tell women about the possibility of abortion reversal if they regret their abortion.
In her op-ed, Rachel gives a number of reasons why even abortion supporters should not support the sale of abortion pills on college campuses. She explains that health care should “ensure our safety and well-being,” and that the most “convenient” options often do not accomplish this.
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