The return for standing up for people's constitutional rights and privacy is much greater and more satisfying.Practitioners are mandated to electronically prescribe both controlled and non-controlled substances effective March 27, 2016.“These drugs are known for not just causing physical pain to the mother, but psychological anguish that could last a lifetime.” Pro-lifers are also displeased that the already tax-payer funded colleges would require citizens against abortion to fund those procedures at the state’s public higher education institutions.Advocacy group Californians for Life also expressed displeasure over the proposed measure. We had to facilitate them to set up a duplicate port to tap in to monitor that customer's traffic. They let me take notes in regards to technical aspects of what they wanted to do.Then I pass it to my attorneys and say, "Is this legitimate? They wanted to come in and put in equipment on my network to monitor a single customer. " I said, "It is something I am dealing with," and usually that was where it ended.
There have been no [related] arrests that I have heard of. I would love to tell you all the details, but I did get the gag order. But you can't say, "You can never talk about this ever, for the rest of your life."The FISA court should be a public court, and documents should be sealed for a set period of time, [to] let people audit the actions later. I don't think a lot of people realize just how much information is transmitted in the clear on the Internet.
Public Health Law (PHL) Section 281(3) (c) states a waiver, or a renewal thereof, may be granted for a specified period determined by the Commissioner, not to exceed one year.
The California Senate approved a bill requiring the state’s public universities and colleges to offer abortion drugs at their health centers.
“If a UC, CSU or community college already has a student health center, it makes sense that they provide this health care service within that facility so that students do not have to travel many miles away from their work and school commitments in order to [have an abortion],” Leyva said, according to Life News.
“Not only will this bill destroy the lives of innocent children, but the chemical abortion medication being mandated has a notorious reputation for being very painful and traumatic,” California Family Council CEO Jonathan Keller said, Life News reported.
Senate Bill 320, sponsored by Democratic state Sen.