April 28, 2013

THEIR POINT SEEMS OBSCURE:

Virginia's assault on abortion claims a victim (Editorial Board, April 26, 2013, Washington Post)

AT ABORTION clinics, the presence of awnings, the width of doorways and the dimensions of janitorial closets have little to do with the health of patients. But by requiring that Virginia's 20 abortion clinics conform to strict licensing standards designed for new hospitals, the state has ensured that many or most of them will be driven out of business in the coming months.

So if women's health isn't important enough for abortion clinics to meet health standards then what was wrong with back alleys in the first place?

Posted by at April 28, 2013 1:09 PM
  

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