Texas: Corporations Are People So Abortion Ban Applies To You, Too

The Gret Stet of Texas, America’s Lab for Bad Policy and Libertarian Paradise reminds us that Corporations are People, my friends:

Fourteen Republican members of the state House of Representatives have pledged to introduce bills in the coming legislative session that would bar corporations from doing business in Texas if they pay for abortions in states where the procedure is legal.

This would explicitly prevent firms from offering employees access to abortion-related care through health insurance benefits. It would also expose executives to criminal prosecution under pre-Roe anti-abortion laws the Legislature never repealed, the legislators say.

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9 Responses to Texas: Corporations Are People So Abortion Ban Applies To You, Too

  1. beckymaenot says:

    so much for freedom heh? hows that religious freedom thing working out for you now?

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  2. genelms says:

    So, if a corporation goes out of business because Texas bars them from the state due to financially supporting a valid medical procedure in another state, does Texas get charged with murder or would the death of the corporation be considered capital punishment?

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    • LOL, My favorite bumper sticker:

      “I’ll believe corporations are people when Texas executes one”

      But there’s that pesky ‘interstate commerce’ clause in the US Constitution they all claim to know by heart and revere, just like their Bible…

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      • Redhand says:

        But there’s that pesky ‘interstate commerce’ clause in the US Constitution

        But how can effectuating god’s will be a burden on interstate commerce?

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  3. Jimmy T says:

    Just gonna drop this off…

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  4. roket says:

    [r]epublicans celebrate by eliminating more freedoms. it’s the only explanation.

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  5. laura says:

    The sheer hatred of women sure sends a strong message.

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  6. revzafod says:

    Business-friendly, eh? I’d love to see a bunch of big corporations pull up stakes and move out of Texas.

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