Hawaii joins California

July 13, 2017

Hawaii (which on a map and in other ways is even further left than California) just followed California in passing a law that forces pro-life pregnancy centers to inform patients that the state will provide them with free abortions and how to apply for one. The centers could face heavy fines if they refuse to violate their consciences and promote state-funded abortions.

Considering that at least one Hawaiian pro-life pregnancy center is an offshoot of a church, this encroaches on both free speech and freedom of religion, so it’s already being challenged in courts. Similar laws around the country have been struck down, but the California law was upheld by the (surprise!) Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco. Sooner or later, the Supreme Court will have to rule on this. Sooner would be good, but if later means after President Trump appoints a replacement for Anthony Kennedy, that would be fine, too.

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  • William McNeil

    07/14/2017 11:52 AM

    Fortunately, I've been told that, there is limited manpower to investigate compliance. Hopefully it will be the same in Hawaii. Bullying isn't allowed in schools but Christians in this country are getting it in droves.

Hawaii joins California

July 13, 2017

Hawaii (which on a map and in other ways is even further left than California) just followed California in passing a law that forces pro-life pregnancy centers to inform patients that the state will provide them with free abortions and how to apply for one. The centers could face heavy fines if they refuse to violate their consciences and promote state-funded abortions.

Considering that at least one Hawaiian pro-life pregnancy center is an offshoot of a church, this encroaches on both free speech and freedom of religion, so it’s already being challenged in courts. Similar laws around the country have been struck down, but the California law was upheld by the (surprise!) Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco. Sooner or later, the Supreme Court will have to rule on this. Sooner would be good, but if later means after President Trump appoints a replacement for Anthony Kennedy, that would be fine, too.

READ MORE

Comments 1-1 of 1

  • William McNeil

    07/14/2017 11:52 AM

    Fortunately, I've been told that, there is limited manpower to investigate compliance. Hopefully it will be the same in Hawaii. Bullying isn't allowed in schools but Christians in this country are getting it in droves.

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