Pro-life group warns Calif. universities after lawmakers pass abortion bill: 'You will get sued'
- Students for Life Action Executive Director Matt Lamb warned universities that they "will get sued" over a bill recently passed by the state legislature.
- The bill, which is expected to be signed into law by the governor, would require public universities in the state to offer abortion pills to pregnant students, up to ten weeks.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) is expected to sign a bill that would require public colleges in the state to offer abortion pills for students who are pregnant up to ten weeks.
The state legislature passed the bill in September. Newsom has until October 13 to sign it into law, the Sacramento Bee reported. But pro-life advocates, like Students for Life Action executive director Matt Lamb, are warning politicians and universities of the potential fallout.