But, for non-emergency procedures, women should have the knowledge to help them choose which doctor offices to visit. It's not right for California to censor this information or advice.
If I wanted to have a baby, I would want to choose doctor who respects life for the nearly yearlong prenatal care and for the delivery. For one, I would prefer that the profits benefit someone of similar thinking. For another, I would be more comfortable if the doctor respected the unborn baby as more than a parasitic mass of cells.
And that's how you'll choose your doctor anyway - most probably based on the word-of-mouth recommendation from his/her past patients. Since there are the Eric Rudolfs, the state has legitimate interest in not making their job any easier.