The Gender Equity Center and the LGBQTA Pride Center received a combined $296,498 to funds its activities—57 times more than all other 100 student groups combined. However, the California State University-San Marcos wouldn't give funds to pro-life students for a speaker.
SACRAMENTO, September 16, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — The California Senate gave final approval Friday to legislation to force colleges and universities to provide chemical abortion pills and now awaits a likely signature by Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom. Last year, the legislature passed the so-called College Student Right to Access Act, which required “each public university student health center [to] offer abortion by medication techniques” and provided grants to cover the costs of any necessary equipment or training, “telehealth services” (also known as webcam abortions), and backup medical support. Despite being reliably pro-abortion, Democrat former California governor Jerry Brown vetoed the bill on […]