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|Wed, 11-12-2003 - 3:14pm|
'Partial-Birth' Abortion Ban
Read the speech a nurse gave in presenting evidence to help ban this procedure:
Baby's 'angelic' face haunts former abortion nurse
Pro-choice groups don't believe a hearing should be held on whether this bill is unconsitutional or not, and whether it is or isn't medically necessary.
(PPFA- Planned Parenthood Federation of America)
If there is a difference in medical opinion about whether the procedure
is necessary to preserve the health of the mother, (the Supreme Court
ruling said) you need to have a health exception" (San Francisco
Chronicle, 11/11). >>>
Meaning they don't want the courts to prove whether this procedure is necessary or not. Seems interesting that a procedure that pc advocates believe is so necessary, shouldn't be proved, when if it was this could stop opposition from trying to ban this procedure again.