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Now, the state is considering a bill to set up health clinics on middle and high school campuses. Parents fear these clinics will talk children into dangerous and irreversible medical treatments such as puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones to make their bodies look more like the opposite sex. Oregon in passed a law allowing minors ages 15 and up to obtain taxpayer-funded puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and sex change surgeries without parental consent.
California passed a similar bill for children in foster care in In March, California lawmakers introduced a separate billthe Confidentiality of Medical Information Act, that would hold health insurance companies criminally liable if they disclosed sensitive medical information to parents about their dependents, including treatment and procedures that have been done without their knowledge.
Democratic Gov. Hundreds of health clinics are popping up on middle and high school campuses across the state. In DecemberPlanned Parenthood Los Angeles announced a program to open 50 high school—based wellness centers within the next three years. Planned Parenthood has steadily added puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones to its list of services, though obtaining them depends on state parental consent laws. Transgender people on YouTube describe how easy it is to get prescriptions from Planned Parenthood for cross-sex hormones. Meanwhile, lawmakers in other states have attempted to ban puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and sex-change surgeries for minors.
So far, none of those measures have succeeded. In Washington, Heine-Withee said a law blindsided parents by eliminating their involvement in treatment for gender dysphoria, sexually transmitted diseases, and mental health conditions and in abortion. Many parents learned about the law after receiving a notification from their health insurance carrier. State Journal. Mary resides with her family in the San Francisco Bay area. So will the school districts or planned parenthood get sued when something goes wonky?
We are seeing more and more transgendered people regretting and suing. Can a 13 year old understand the small print and something so important? Are they even showing teenagers any information like that? One more question: How does the school get the family's health insurance provider information? My school never asked for that, and I would not have given it to them if they had.
They cannot vote, drive, or even get a piercing withing parental consent, yet this is happening. Washington erasing parents from the equation State lawmakers propose school-based healthcare for teens.
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