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Liberal activists on the Board of Supervisors for California’s Los Angeles County coerced the board into enacting a one-year travel ban to the state of Alabama.

The  Board’s decision prohibits county officials from traveling to Alabama for any official business and was meant as a counter-response Alabama’s recently passed abortion ban. Speaking for the Board, bill sponsor Hilda L. Solis released a statement characterizing Alabama’s law as an “attack not only confined to the residents of those states, but an act of aggression upon all of us.”

Some say the move makes them appear to consider themselves better than the rest of the country, the supervisors think that restricting the liberty of their citizens is the proper way to respond to laws passed by another state, where life is more sacred than liberal principles. In Alabama, conservatives are likely delighted that this particular group of Californians will stay away from their state.

An “attack not only confined to the residents of those states, but an act of aggression upon all of us.”

A woman’s right to an abortion is “part of the very fabric of the United States,” she continued to rant. “We must stand in solidarity and in opposition against extremist and unconstitutional laws that put the health and well-being of families at risk.”

“The constitutional and human right to a safe and legal abortion is part of the very fabric of the United States.”

It is obvious to conservatives that the Democrat party is moving towards outright communism but it enrages them to see that the leadership of California thinks “the constitutional and human right to a safe and legal abortion is part of the very fabric of the United States.” Californians feel they have the right to control everyone else.

Most right-wing citizens of Alabama feel grateful that liberals affected by the ban can’t infect that state with their venom.

“Women who have the money will be able to safely access abortion, but women who are poor will not.”

Solis and the bill’s co-sponsor, Sheila Kuehl, made a point of asserting that women who are “poor” in Alabama will be unable to have safe abortions because they can’t afford to cross state lines to get one.

“In Alabama, women who have the money will be able to safely access abortion, but women who are poor will not,” Kuehl said. “Women across the country must resist legislation that will limit reproductive choices that are essential to every woman’s health.”

Should everyone be able to access abortions, only rich people, or nobody at all? Leave your opinion down below.

 


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