Barnyard legislation lands on Gov Deal’s desk

The Georgia General Assembly stooped to a new low with HB 954. By passing this legislation, the men under the Gold Dome said that legislators know more about women’s health than women, their families, and their doctors. The bill is now on the governor’s desk. He could choose not to sign it, but that isn’t likely.

Let’s make sure the legislators and the governor own this bill as theirs when it is signed. Please share this video and remember in November (or during the July primary) that being a legislator doesn’t make anyone a health care professional. But it might qualify them as a barnyard expert.

About Katherine Helms Cummings

By day I work for a nonprofit organization. Most nights and weekends I am an environmental and rural health advocate and an artisan making accessories and clothing with upcycled cashmere, fine wools, and woven textiles. My handmade items are available at The Sassy Gal
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