On March 21st, Governor Ted Strickland signed into lawa, H.B. 314, the Ultrasound Viewing Option Bill.
>The earlier an abortion is performed, I would bet, the less likely it is performed due to fetal anomoly.<
That would be a correct assumption.
"What annoys me is that this bill really doesnt change a thing, so it's kind of a waste of time---time the government could spend on much more productive things."
"It is right to be contented with what we have, but never with what we are."
~Thankfully, this bill is one more step in the right direction in reducing, if not ending, abortion.~
~How does it end the NEED for an abortion?~
~At the stage where most abortions are performed, few fetal anomolies can be detected via u/s.~
Yes, and some medical anomalies are detected via amnio, etc., and aren't apparent iva u/s/
This is pure assumption on my part, but I would think that if a woman wanted to see an ultrasound before aborting she
<<<Do doctors usually offer to show xrays of tumors, and blockages and other issues prior to surgery or upon diagnosis?
Exactly! Why couldn't a woman just ask to see the ultrasound if she wanted?
People need to start taking responsibility for their actions and stop blaming others.
"No one EVER said that it was denied - however that it was not always offered."
Who said it's not offered? What abortion clinics routinely do not perform ultrasounds at least to determine gestation?
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