The California state Senate confirms that it is in the blood of a human rights watch. "
" While listening to the substance from the Senate [sic] pathogens or infections, "Erika Contreras, secretary of the Senate, wrote in a letter to staffers.
Contreras wrote:" What an environmental hazard company was hired to "
Rebecca Lee Dalelio, 43, allegedly hurled the blood onto the Senate floor in opposition to Senate bills 276 and 714 on Sept. 13, the final day of the legislative session,
She allegedly yelled: "That's the dead babies" before throwing the cup at lawmakers. At least six senators were hit by the menstrual cup or the blood. A menstrual cup is a silicone or latex cup that collects menstrual fluids.
Democratic State Sen. Steve Glazer underwent a series of tests after he said he was hit in the head with blood, the Sacramento Bee reported.
"A            .  the state of the power to review medical exemptions for vaccines, were signed into law earlier by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, prompting vaccine skeptics to flood the state Capitol in Sacramento.
Investigators initially called the substance a "feminine hygiene device" containing what appeared to be blood.
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Dalelio was arrested without incident on suspicion of six crimes, including assault and vandalism.
"This incident was incited by the violent rhetoric perpetuated by leaders of the anti-vaxx movement," said Sen. Richard Pan, who has written both statements obtain vaccine exemptions. As their rhetoric escalates, their incidents of violence do as well. This is an attack on the democratic process and it must be with a strong condemnation by everyone. "