Abortion pills on state college campuses may soon become a reality, depending on how the California legislature votes tomorrow on SB 24, a bill that would allow California campus health centers to dispense the abortion pill regimen to students.
Live Action News previously  detailed how at least 24 women have already died and how literally thousands have been hospitalized with serious complications from the abortion pill, all while the pill regime was monitored under a safety system (REMS) put in place by the FDA. But many of those now pushing for these dangerous pills to be readily available on campus are also pushing for these same safety requirements to be lifted.
What does this mean?
According to the pro-abortion Rewire  news website:
The California state legislature has until Friday to vote on the College Student Right to Access Act,  sponsored by state Sen. Connie Leyva (D-Chino). If it does not move forward this week, the bill will be “carried over” to 2020…. A previous version of the bill was vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown (D)  last year, but California’s new governor, Democrat Gavin Newsom, has signaled  he would sign the bill into law.
Should SB24 be approved, Rewire says, “Starting in 2023, each campus of California State University and the University of California would receive $200,000 to cover the startup costs of offering medication abortion services at their health centers.”
Who will benefit  most from abortion pill distribution on California college campuses? The pill’s manufacturer, DANCO Laboratories, LLC , a secretly organized company  which was put in place by the eugenics-founded Population Council  and was seeded  with millions from The Packard Foundation, an original investor  of Danco .
Who’s funding this?
Rewire fails to point out that, as Live Action News previously  documented, the funds for campus abortion pill distribution were promised by Tara Health Foundation (THF) — a radically pro-abortion organization pushing to expand abortion.
Tara Health Foundation  has been planning  to expand abortion through philanthropic measures  for some time. This is outlined in a strategy  supported  by THF, commissioned by Reproductive Health Investors Alliance  Steering Committee, and published on THF’s website . It includes a push for “home use ” abortion, elimination of FDA’s safety requirements known as REMS, and lists DANCO investor the Packard Foundation  as a steering committee member.
THF recently funded a study  on TelAbortion  (telemedicine), claiming abortion pill expansion is safe. This study was published by the Journal Contraception, which has failed  to list previous  financial conflicts tied to the abortion pill’s manufacturer, DANCO , in past reports. The Journal’s editorial board has been stacked with abortion industry insiders , including a National Abortion Federation board member  and members of the Population Council  (responsible for bringing the abortion pill into the US and forming DANCO , the manufacturer of the pill).
Who are the people behind the studies claiming that distributing the abortion pill this way is safe?
Abortionist Daniel Grossman , director of Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH) at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), told Rewire that Tara Health’s funding of the abortion pill on California college campuses “should be ‘more than enough’ to train staff and get student health centers ready to provide abortion care.”
He should know; Grossman is part  of UCSF’s abortion training program , is senior adviser  at Ibis Reproductive Health, and is behind the push to expand so-called self-managed abortion. Grossman is also behind an abortion pill clinical trial for pharmacy dispensing.  Grossman is a member of the Editorial Board  of the Journal Contraception , where he publishes his abortion studies . That Journal is funded  by the Packard Foundation.
Rewire also quoted Ushma Upadhyay, associate professor  at ANSIRH. “In one study ,” Rewire writes, “[Upadhyay] and her colleagues found that the average student at a California state school had to wait about a week for an off-campus appointment and pay an average of $600 for medication abortion services.” That study, published  by the Journal of Adolescent Health, deliberately hid its funding source, noting it was a “private anonymous donor.”
Hiding funding sources isn’t new  among abortion insiders. Live Action News uncovered  that the Buffett Foundation — another DANCO abortion pill manufacturer investor — has been an anonymous funding source for at least one abortion pill study. And we have documented  several times that Buffett  and Packard  were original investors in DANCO, as was billionaire George Soros  (Open Society Foundations).
In past years, Buffett gave  $78 million to the University of California — and according to New York Times, Buffett is the primary financier  of the Bixby Center’s  Ryan Residency Program at UCSF, where Daniel Grossman  works. In 2016, ProPublica revealed  that “Buffett’s main academic partner (receiving at least $88 million from 2001 to 2014) has been the University of California, San Francisco …” where Grossman is on staff .
- ANSIRH : Founded  by abortionist Felicia H. Stewart, previously awarded  by Population Council which brought the abortion pill to the US and set up Danco Laboratories.
- ANSIRH publishes  workbooks on abortion training and is part of University of California’s Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health. 
- ANSIRH has for years pushed for abortion expansion in California with funding  from DANCO investor, the Packard Foundation.
- Bixby  trains abortionists, as Live Action News previously  documented, and receives funding  from a number of organizations collaborating  to expand abortion, including DANCO’s original investor the Packard Foundation.
- University of California is heavily funded  by DANCO’s investors (Packard and Buffett), and sponsoring  clinical trials to expand abortion in U.S.
- Upadhyay studies have been funded  by Danco investor, Packard.
- Ibis is directly funded  by Danco Laboratories,  according to their own website  where Grossman is senior adviser. 
- ANSIRH recently collaborated with Danco-funded Ibis to publish  a report entitled, “A roadmap for research on self-managed abortion in the United States.”
As they say… follow the money.