Saturday, July 2, 2016

Abortion pill politics: Jesse Kremer likes what he sees in Arizona and Arkansas

Jesse is running unopposed for re-election to a 2nd term in the Assembly.  (He won the GOP primary in 2014 with 38.6% of the vote and was unopposed in the general election.)

As reported in Jesse Kremer to propose requiring doctors to notify patients of 'abortion reversal'.  (, 7/1/2016)

Related article:
Doctor began abortion reversal movement.  (San Diego Union-Tribune, 4/11/2015)
Jesse didn't come up with this himself. Activists in both states relied on Delgado’s work with the hormone progesterone to push for amendments requiring health providers who prescribe abortion medications to tell patients that “it may be possible to reverse the effects of the abortion if the pregnant woman changes her mind, but that time is of the essence.” 
Those words, which are part of a bill that Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed into law April 6, were inspired by a short case report that Delgado co-authored in the journal Annals of Pharmacotherapy. A nearly identical sentence was part of the legislation that Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed on March 30.

Other Jesse Kremer posts:
Kremer offers his words of healing in aftermath of Orlando massacre.  (6/15/2016)
NC-17 (at least): Inside the bizarre, twisted mind of Jesse Kremer.  (4/27/2016)
UPDATE: GOP Assembly leaders bail on "guns in school" bill, to disappointment of cluster of usual suspects.  (2/21/2016)
In so many words, Rep. Jesse Kremer sez he'll sleep better with more guns in Wisconsin schools.  (1/14/2016) 
Cartoon conservative principles, the Christmas edition: Rep. Kremer accuses fire officials of 'relieving themselves'.  (12/23/2015)
Bathroom bill update: Julaine Appling must have inadvertently loosened her grip on Jesse Kremer's leash.  (12/16/2015)
Out of (local) control: When it comes to anything resembling a train, Republicans just can't help themselves.  (12/1/2015)  
The 'bathroom bill' marriage of Jesse Kremer and Julaine Appling.  (11/21/2015)
ALEC/NRA waterboy Jesse Kremer blames the media.  (10/23/2015)
Waterboys for the NRA and ALEC: Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) and Sen. Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg)  (10/13/2015)
Wisconsin Republicans continue their laser-like focus on jobs and the economy.  (10/7/2015)
Wisconsin Assembly candidate denounces tax breaks for wind energy but conveniently overlooks what big oil receives.  (8/7/2014)
Just what the Wisconsin legislature needs: Another ALEC disciple.  (8/7/2014)

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