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Abortion-Happy Los Angeles County Bans Official Travel to Alabama

Welcome to the era of ridiculous political posturing.

Los Angeles County, home to the county seat that is so concerned with the lives of fish that it has waged war on plastic straws, isn't as concerned with human life.

Unhappy with Alabama's new abortion law, the County Board of Supervisors spent taxpayer-paid time addressing the issue.

From WBRC.com:

One of the largest counties in the country says it’s not doing business with Alabama because of the recently passed abortion bill.

This week, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to implement a one year travel restriction to Alabama for official LA County business except for emergencies.

This comes just a couple of weeks after Governor Kay Ivey signed the most restrictive abortion bill into law. The law bans nearly all abortions.

LA County supervisor Hilda Solis calls it an attack on the residents of Alabama.

Solis is a veteran of the Obama administration, so she is very adept at employing the Democratic euphemisms for abortion.

L.A. County is filled with myriad problems and, in reality, Alabama isn't one of them. While the Board of Supervisors is feverishly working to let everyone know that they are depraved, their county seat is getting buried in garbage:

Rat-infested piles of rotting garbage left uncollected by the city of Los Angeles, even after promises to clean it up, are fueling concerns about a new epidemic after last year's record number of flea-borne typhus cases.

Human safety at any age doesn't seem to be a priority for government officials anywhere in Los Angeles.

But hey, the little fishies should soon be safe from the scourge of the straws.