Assembly Bill 241, which was signed in October 2019 right before the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "pandemic" by Gov. Gavin Newsom, forces all doctors in California to log at least 50 hours in continuing medical education (CME) every year in order to retain their licenses.
The Equal Justice Society, an Oakland-based far-left extremist group, is claiming credit for drafting the language in AB 241, which Newsom was only too eager to sign into law.
According to proponents of AB 241, its purpose is to mitigate supposed health care disparities in the areas of race, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation. Opponents, meanwhile, argue that the bill is a form of unconstitutional thought control.
In recent years, Newsom has signed a number of questionably anti-white bills pertaining to medicine. Another, known as Senate Bill 464, requires so-called "implicit bias" training for all perinatal health care providers in hospitals and birthing centers.
There is also AB 1407, which requires implicit bias training as a graduation requirement for all nursing students in California.
SB 263 tacks on the same implicit bias indoctrination for all real estate brokers and salespeople, while AB 242 mandates implicit bias indoctrination for all judges, court personnel, and attorneys.
In essence, all of these bills aim to reprogram California workers in health care, real estate, and law to submit to radical extremist reprogramming that involves "teaching" employees in these fields that all white people are bad and all non-white people are good, and to behave and do their jobs accordingly.
It should also be noted that another bill, AB 2098, muzzles all California doctors and surgeons from disagreeing with any portion of the official government narrative on Fauci Flu shots. Any such disagreement now constitutes "misinformation or disinformation," which is then deemed to be "unprofessional conduct" worthy of dismissal or other punishment.
Back in January, U.S. District Judge William Shubb, who was appointed to his post by former Pres. George H.W. Bush, issued a preliminary injunction against AB 2098, at least for the time being.
Concerning the aforementioned legal case, known officially as Khatibi v. Lawson, plaintiffs are seeking a declaration that the mandate outlined in AB 241 violate both the First and 14th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. They also seek a permanent injunction to restrain the Medical Board of California from ever enforcing the mandate.
Dr. Azadeh Khatibi, an ophthalmologist and the suit's lead plaintiff, is an Iranian immigrant who says she "never imagined that she would escape the oppression of her childhood only to face creeping collectivism and unfree speech in America," according to the Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF), a national public interest law firm that challenges government abuses.
The other primary plaintiff is Dr. Marilyn Singleton, a California anesthesiologist. Do No Harm, a national medical advocacy organization, is also named as a plaintiff, having previously filed a lawsuit against Pfizer's race-based fellowships.
"It is a message that I believe is harmful both to physicians and patients," Dr. Singleton, who just so happens to be black, wrote in a February op-ed for The Washington Post about the inherently racist nature of implicit bias training.
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