ToddSparks wrote:While pondering this dilemma, I felt touched by His Noodeley Goodness and compelled to call the local PP office and inquire as to weather they needed volunteer escorts.
Thus begins my journey, one I did not expect, yet feel the influence of the awesome cosmic Alfredo goodness all around me.
Just thought I'd share.
May I be the first to say that that's awesome, volunteering to help vulnerable women on what could very well be one of the hardest days of their lives.
It is absolutely disgraceful that people who don't agree with abortion feel the need to harrass women who attend PP clinics (even though PP clinics offer a wide range of reproductive health and maternal and child health services, so odds are that many of the women they're abusing aren't seeking terminations anyway).
I notice that the Supreme Court ruling did leave open the way for Massachusetts to write a law similar to a federal law to make it a crime to obstruct, intimidate, or interfere with someone seeking reproductive health care. The court also said said obstruction of driveways can be addressed through traffic ordinances, and Massachusetts can pass a law requiring crowds that are blocking an entrance to disburse when ordered to do so by the police. I'd maybe suggest starting a writing campaign to the Massachusetts requesting that they pass just such laws.
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