If Jesus ever did return, he’d have a conscience-based objection to almost all Christians.
The bill was filed by Pensacola physician and Republican state Rep. Joel Rudman who states that the bill is supported by health care providers in the state who worry physicians are being “run out” of Florida because of their beliefs, exacerbating an already existing physician shortage.
Anti-LGBT Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in January announced he would pursue what he described as “prescribe freedom” legislation.
This is most probably it.
A bill moving through Florida’s legislature that would allow doctors and insurance companies the freedom to drop patients based on what they’re calling “conscience-based objection” is raising some eyebrows.
When looking closer at House Bill 1403, residents are concerned that physicians and insurance companies could begin discriminating against women, minorities and the LGBTQ+ community and deny them healthcare that they need or cannot afford to pay out of pocket.
The bill also states that physicians are not required to refer patients to another doctor, which is a concern among women, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and minorities.
Florida and Ron DeSantis is throwing every anti-gay fascist law at the wall to see what will stick .