Thursday, June 09, 2005

Moonbat First-Class w/Batwing Medallion

With this move, Robson and Shilling get promotions to First-Class with Batwing Medallions. Evidently dementia-ship by Sinicki has been effective. Sinicki is also awarded Vampire stripes for her continuing assistance to Planned Barrenhood.

The group plans to announce legislation today that would require pharmacists to fill any FDA-approved birth- control medications prescribed by a doctor. The measure also would clarify the definition of abortion in state statutes to exclude birth-control pills and devices.

"I don't expect that it's going to go anywhere without a battle," one of the bill's sponsors, Rep. Christine Sinicki, D- Milwaukee, said of the measure's chances in the Republican-controlled Legislature. "But if we don't keep trying, the people who want to take these rights away from women are going to keep walking all over us."

The bill is the mirror opposite of a Republican bill known as the "pharmacists' conscience clause," which would exempt pharmacists from having to dispense a drug or device if they believe it would be used to cause an abortion.

Sinicki, Senate Minority Leader Judy Robson, D-Beloit, and Rep. Jennifer Shilling, D-La Crosse, announced the bill to coincide with today's 40th anniversary of Griswold v. Connecticut, the landmark Supreme Court case that found couples could legally be counseled in the use of contraceptives. A later case applied the right to unmarried people.

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