Michaela Matzner: USA- right back to the Middle Ages. The Arisona House Bill 2625 is an assault agains the accessibility of women´s health care and their ability to make health care decisions for them selves and their families according totheir faith.
Law shouldn’t require intrudingon individuals rights and moral beliefs. That´s why civilized countries separatethe state from the church!
Debbie Lesko make´s a diabolicbackward roll to the time before 1900.
In the 1870´sfeminists advanced the concept of voluntary motherhood as a politicalcritique of involuntary motherhood and expressing a desire for women's emancipation.
Tree pioneers of the womensrights: MargaretSanger (1879-1966), the famous feminist and pioneer of family planning, the founder of the American Birth ControlLeague (ABCL). The founding principles of the ABCL were asfollows: „We hold that children shouldbe Conceived in love; Born of the mother's conscious desire; And only begotten underconditions which render possible the heritage of health. Therefore wehold that every woman must possess the power and freedom to prevent conception except when these conditions can be satisfied.“ Katō Shizue (1897-2001), one of the first Japanese women to become a Diet member and a pioneer of women's rights in Japan - particularly known for her advocacy of birth control. The romanian Marie Stritt (1855-1928), chairwomen of the Union of German Feminist Organizations, wanted to prevent back-alley abortions which weredangerous, illegal and at that time punishable by the death.
WithHB 2625 ist the work of womens like Sanger, Shizue and Stritt nulland void.
Ms Lesko, have you ever heard of human rights,peronal rights, the right to privacy?
Human Rights. Art.12 „No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with hisprivacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon hishonour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection ofthe law against such interference or attacks.“ Personalrights. The US- Constitution contens no express right to privacybut: The Bill of Rights, Article the sixth [Amendment IV] "Theright of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers,and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not beviolated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons orthings to be seized.“ The Amendment IV was passed on 15 December 1791.