San Francisco banned 22 states for their pro-life stand
San Francisco has banned 22 states with strict anti-choice policies, as stated in an ordinance authored by Supervisor Vallie Brown and drafted by the Department on the Status of Women.
Mayor London Breed also supports the ordinance, which prohibits the City and County of San Francisco from traveling to or conducting business with these states.
The press release reads: “The City and County of San Francisco are prohibited from traveling to or contracting with.”
PROS AND CONS OF PROGRESSIVE LAWS.
List of Pro-life US States banned by SanFo:
Repercussions of the ban
Consequently, San Francisco, a renowned LGBTG city, has decided to sever business ties with states that have been seen to implement “restrictive” anti-abortion laws.
These laws are viewed as counter-progressive and a hindrance to women’s rights.
Travel ban for anti-gay states
San Francisco also implemented a travel and contract ban for states with discriminatory laws against LGBTQ people.
For example, even for religious reasons, no one can refuse services to LGBTQ or prohibit a transgender person from sports.