Based on what? I am always skeptical of any measure that limits the doctor patient relationship in such matters, especially when there needs to be steps taken like an overview of the patients healthThe doctor restriction that was just repealed falls in the latter category of restrictions.
How can that be when you just removed the requirement that the procedure is performed by a doctor?Abortion providers would still face the same standards and guidelines that they do now.
can you explain to me how reducing the training requirement for someone to perform the procedure does not ex[pose them to more danger? More danger seems the obvious consequence here. With the real question being if the level of increased risk is justifiable along other lines, like affordability and accessWomen could still see doctors if they wanted to. Repealing this law does not expose women to more danger, but to more choice.