The Yes on Proposition 73 campaign–the Parents’ Right to Know and Child Protection Initiative–cautioned opponents Wednesday that “parents are not the enemy.”
With less than two weeks to go before the November 8th Special Election, the No on 73 campaign is displaying it’s true colors.
“Parents are not the enemy,” said Stan Devereux, communications director for the Yes on 73 campaign. “Their most recent campaign tactic exposes their true feelings about parents–that they are dispensable and can be substituted by a stranger.”
As voter interest is increasing and Prop 73 continues to garner strong support across the state, even among voters who consider themselves pro-choice, the other side is getting desperate, said Devereux.
“Children have to get permission to receive an aspirin at school or leave campus for a field trip,” said Devereux. “It is ridiculous to think Mom or Dad should be kept in the dark about a serious surgical procedure.”
Proposition 73 will require competent medical personnel to notify a parent or guardian forty-eight hours before performing an abortion on a minor daughter.
“This about a parents’ right to know, not their consent,” said Devereux. “Proposition 73 is designed to protect the health and safety of young children. The best person to help a young girl during a difficult time is mom or dad.”
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