Class b drugs are classed that way because they're not tested or proven to cause harm and are usualy safe to take in pregnancy. I'm pretty sure most prescriptions are class b and very little drugs are class a. Class c would be ones that should be looked at more closely and would be reviewed by your dr more closely and ofcourse class d which is what this discusion is about.
I get it's subjective, but there will always be people at the extreme ends of the fence and then there will be the law.
So this will be used as a reason to excuse further removal of rights bc it's been passed by law therefore that makes it ok...
I'm not being convinced cause all I heard was free weight loss clinic I wouldn't complain.
It won't prevent women from doing half the stuff mentioned here and it will only affect women who deserve to have their 'rights' stripped from them.
Laws are made every day that affect us (child abuse, assault, burglary, negligence causing harm etc). Politicians manage to draw a line in the sand with these issues without too much trouble.
This would be such a highly controversial and publicized law. With all the feminists out there ... Julia and Tony at war etc... I highly doubt that contentious clauses would be included let alone passed by both Houses of Parliament.
Sorry the lawyer in me had to jump in and point out that reasonableness issues are objective, not subjective.
As you were.
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