Is only one abortion clinic in the state really the same as “down the street?”
Is this a step up or a step down from calling them livestock?
The chain of hospitals that was afraid to offer admitting privileges to doctors who performed abortions are being investigated for their own potentially corrupt emergency room practices.
The Michigan Catholic Conference is doing everything it can to drum up support for anti-choice bills during the lame duck session, including biased polling on their agenda.
A new ploy to close down a local clinic that provides abortions was rejected by the federal government.
Now that only doctors can perform abortions, rural women in the state have very limited options.
Almost every hospital has responded, and all are saying “no.”
Today, in a striking decision, the Virginia Board of Health allowed lies, ideology, and politics to triumph over medical science and the rights of women when it imposed medically-unnecessary restrictions on reproductive health providers.
The state legislature may not have been able to shut down Jackson Women’s Health Organization with its new law yet, but it has already had an effect on their financial well being.
Not happy that the Board of Health isn’t shutting down more Virginia abortion clinics, the Attorney General is telling them to meet again.