California Senate Passes ‘Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Bill’ that Some Say Threatens Religious Liberty

//California Senate Passes ‘Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Bill’ that Some Say Threatens Religious Liberty

California Senate Passes ‘Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Bill’ that Some Say Threatens Religious Liberty

Bill In the News: Town Hall:

 A “reproductive heath non-discrimination” measure passed the California Senate Tuesday and is headed to the California assembly for a concurrence vote and then to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk. The legislation would prohibit employers from “taking any adverse action” against an employee for any “reproductive health” decision including “the use of any drug, device, or medical service.” Some religious organizations say the legislation is unnecessary and will threaten their ability to have codes of employee conduct in line with their religious beliefs. READ MORE HERE


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By | 2017-09-14T13:45:47+00:00 September 13th, 2017|Categories: In the News|Comments Off on California Senate Passes ‘Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Bill’ that Some Say Threatens Religious Liberty