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March 18, 2005

The sacred cow of choice

From LifeNews:

A Kansas state House committee endorsed legislation that would further regulate abortion businesses in the state. Lawmakers said the bill was needed because of two recent cases of women apparently dying at a Wichita abortion facility this year....

Under the legislation, each medical director of an abortion facility must be a licensed surgeon and a nurse or physician's assistant must be present for all abortions performed.

The new legislation would ensure that the seven abortion facilities in Kansas are licensed by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. The abortion businesses would have to follow a slate of regulations that are similar to ones legitimate medical surgical centers must follow.

Julie Burkhart, a spokeswoman for abortion facility run by late-term abortion practitioner George Tiller, called the bill "prejudicial" because it only regulates abortion facilities.

It is at Tiller's abortion business where women died from abortions in January and February.

The bill would only regulate abortion mills because other medical facilities are already regulated.

Posted by Danny Carlton at March 18, 2005 11:20 AM

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