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Today’s “what the heck?” bill

In addition to a bevy of new anti-choice bills, State Senator Andrew Brock introduced this perplexing legislation today. Here’s the title:

“AN ACT TO PROHIBIT HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS FROM QUESTIONING PATIENTS ABOUT LAWFUL ACTIVITY RELATED TO FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION WHEN PROVIDING HEALTH CARE TO PATIENTS AND TO AUTHORIZE THE IMPOSITION OF A FINE ON HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS WHO ENGAGE IN THE PROHIBITED CONDUCT.”

Glad to know the senator really has his priorities in order.

One Comment


  1. Jeff S

    April 20, 2011 at 7:33 pm

    That’s not even the oddest of the 22, yes, twenty-two, bills that Mr Brock submitted in that single day (five abortion related).

    The fact that the majority of them have no additional sponsors should say a lot of about their quality.

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