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Devastating: Abortion & Trans Kids Rights Secured In This State

Devastating: Abortion & Trans Kids Rights Secured In This State

( – The Democrat governor of Maryland, Wes Moore, has signed a bill into law that establishes abortion and juvenile transgenderism practices as fundamental rights under state law.

The legislation will also prevent Maryland judges from requesting witnesses from the state to testify in cases involving claims that someone engaged in a medical practice or procedure that is illegal in another U.S. state but is legal in Maryland, such as child sex change surgery or abortion.

CNN reported that the governor defended the legislation by saying it would ensure that no one had to “justify their humanity” while in the state.

However, the governor made clear that he had no intention of extending the platitude to the unborn, as he had previously tried to pressure pharmacies across the country to stock abortion pills.

Aruna Miller, the state’s Lt. Governor, set Maryland apart from other American states that are currently attempting to impose severe restrictions on abortion and medical child transgenderism, including hormone therapy and irreversible sex change procedures.

“We’re doing the opposite,” Miller said, “while other states are dead set on ripping away reproductive rights and trying to erase the existence of trans and nonbinary individuals.”

He added, “We are transforming Maryland into a state that protects the rights of every person and is hospitable and inclusive.”

A bill requiring Medicaid to start covering medical transgenderism in 2019 in a supposedly “nondiscriminatory manner” was also signed into law by Governor Moore.

According to reports, U.S. adults are divided regarding society’s attempts to broadly accept transgenderism, a recent survey from The Economist/YouGov found.

The survey asked respondents what they thought of society’s acceptance of transgenderism. About one-third, 32 percent, said, “our society has gone too far in accepting people who are transgender,” while 33 percent assert society has not gone far enough with acceptance.

Another 18 percent said society has it “about right.”

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