One St. Louis Alderman, Megan-Ellyia Green, has cooked up a particularly hare-brained scheme to prevent any employer or landlord from disagreeing with someone's "reproductive health decisions" by adding "reproductive health decisions" to the city's anti-discrimination ordinance.
The referenced euphemistic phrase includes decisions to open or run an abortuary, kill one's own baby, support the killing of millions of babies, or using or supporting the use of contraception. So, if you don't want Planned Parenthood to open a new abortuary in your rental property, prepare to be subject to investigation, fine and arrest. Prepare to be sued. Your employees demand abortion or contraception coverage in your insurance plan? Better give it to them or be fined. Heck, the law is worded so badly that if you try to talk an employee out of a pro-abortion political position and make him feel bad, you could be guilty of discrimination.
Why in the world would this Alderman want to enact such a bill? What problems exist now? Well, read her own words: