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Inside The Dangerous Rise Of ĎAbortion Reversalí Bills (MEGA BARF)
Huff PO ^ | June 29, 2019 | Melissa Jeltsen

Posted on 07/01/2019 3:32:36 PM PDT by Morgana

The rise of so-called “abortion reversal” bills has alarmed leading medical groups that say such legislation forces physicians to give misleading, unscientific and potentially dangerous advice to women, undermining the trusted doctor-patient relationship.

So far this year, five states ― North Dakota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Kentucky and Arkansas — have passed legislation mandating that physicians counsel women that a medication abortion, a safe and common method for ending a pregnancy before 10 weeks, can be reversed. Similar laws are already on the books in South Dakota, Utah and Idaho. Arkansas expanded an existing law.

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TOPICS: Health/Medicine
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Why does she call this "dangerous"

What about woman's choice? What about woman's right to "change her mind"?

The woman decided at the 11th hour that she wanted the baby so she's not stopping the process WHY DOES SHE CARE? It's not HER choice, it's their choice to do the reversal.

1 posted on 07/01/2019 3:32:36 PM PDT by Morgana
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