The so-called “Freedom of Conscience” provisions of SB 1878 shatters the boundary between the conscience of the healthcare provider and the conscience of the patient.
Medical professionals may have deeply held beliefs, but so do their patients. Legislators should not encourage those who practice medicine to deny women access to the services they have taken an oath to provide. Passing judgment and imposing their own values on their patients is not sound medicine
Whose rights are at stake? Women have a right to access healthcare. Denying a woman access to medical services is an unacceptable imposition on her rights and an act of outright moral oppression.
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR SENATOR TODAY AND ASK HIM/HER TO VOTE NO ON SB 1878!