He shares the same sentiments on the issue of abortion as you and I do. I could tell he was pretty blown away by how small the baby was, but more importantly, by how, I don't know how to put it, how "complete" it was. It was just really tiny. He did say the NiCU was doing the breathing for it.
I'll let you know if he learns anything.
To her Wall Street owners: Hillary Clinton: “But if everybody's watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. so, you need both a public and a private position.” - Hillary Clinton: "I'm kind of far removed from the struggles of the Middle Class"
I've never heard a doctor express that they believe this is a useful precaution. And let's face it, safety of the woman is not the reason Wisconsin Republicans are pushing this bill.
One of you will end up here next!
U.S. District Judge William Conley granted the order following a hearing in a lawsuit filed Friday by Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin and Affiliated Medical Services. It alleged the requirement would unconstitutionally restrict the availability of abortions in the state, violates the U.S. Constitution’s due process guarantee and unconstitutionally treats doctors who perform abortions differently from those who perform other procedures.
The restraining order will remain in place pending a fuller hearing July 17. In his ruling, Conley said “there is a troubling lack of justification for the hospital admitting privileges requirement.” He said the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that states must prove that restrictions on abortion rights must be reasonably aimed at preserving the mother’s health.
The justification for the ruling has nothing to do with ultrasounds and everything to do with the "admitting privilege" requirement does not seem to meet a compelling government need. In other words the rule is arbitrary and the government IS NOT allowed to make arbitrary rules.
Quo usque tandem abutere, Trump, patientia nostra?
All well and good, and I'd have zero issue if a place decided to CHOOSE to make this their own practice when dealing with abortions.One would think that such agencies as those who provide abortion services would require such things on their own - without the need for government to step in at all. They certainly would if they were concerned about the overall health of the women involved.
But unlike you, I'm not going to empower the government to get further involved into the exchange of PRIVATE services and further into the decision making process of medical procedures all in the name of what "feels good".