The fact that the final vote was only 27 to 10 is perhaps the best indicator of exactly how overreaching the super bill is.This is a little like saying: "The fact that the Seattle Seahawks beat the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday by a score of only 58-0 is perhaps the best indicator of exactly how great a team the Cardinals are right now. "
But Robin at least tries to make an argument.
A small number of legislators who don't identify as pro-choice rejected the bill, considering it far too extreme.That small number would be 2 since she claims only 8 Michigan senators openly refer to themselves as pro-choice. But these 2 legislators aren't prolife legislators. They're Democrat pro-choice legislators with pro-choice voting records who apparently (Robin provides no evidence except citing "Michigan activists" and doesn't even name the legislators) don't identify themselves as pro-choice.
So a piece of legislation which passes 27-10 is overreaching because two Democrat senators with pro-choice voting records who don't openly refer to themselves as "pro-choice" voted against it.