Have there been cases of abortions forcibly or fraudulently performed on "pro-life women"? If not, then the rationale behind the bill passes the smell test.
There are two issues here. First, some people simply don't want their money going to a baby killer. Second, in the whole birth business, there are often times when important decisions need to be made and patients don't want advice coming from someone who kills for money. (doctors should be biased in favor of life and procreation)
What's wrong with just asking? Why does it have to be published for the use of wackos?