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NC bill to force abortion doctors to have admitting priveleges

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*nc bill to railroad abortion clinics out of the state because most hospitals won't grant admitting privileges to abortion practitioners as a matter of principle

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Daniel said he hadn't thought about any impact on medical clinics when he drafted the bill.

"I guess I don't know exactly how it will affect clinics across the state," he said.

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*nc bill to railroad abortion clinics out of the state because most hospitals won't grant admitting privileges to abortion practitioners as a matter of principle

I doubt this will happen ON that "matter of principle".

I'm sure any affiliate of UNC hospitals will not base their decision on that.

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typical morality police move.......nothing new here

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Patient safety

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The govt has no business in my wallet....but on matters of YOUR vagina and YOUR love that's completely different.

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Patient safety

boy did i need that laugh this afternoon

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g5 i know your heart skipped a beat when you saw this story because you and i both know it's the path of least resistance to a de facto across the board ban on abortion in north carolina.

mississippi did the exact same thing and the only abortion clinic in the entire state is hurtling toward closure thanks to it:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/01/11/abortion-mississippi-women-clinic/1828289/

seriously guys it's totes a patient safety issue though.

up next sb309 to make it mandatory for abortion clinics to own and maintain private air strips to fly patients to hospitals in the event of an emergency for patient safety and stuff.

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Patient safety

More government involvement in healthcare procedures = better patient safety then?

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g5 i know your heart skipped a beat when you saw this story because you and i both know it's the path of least resistance to a de facto across the board ban on abortion in north carolina.

mississippi did the exact same thing and the only abortion clinic in the entire state is hurtling toward closure thanks to it:

http://www.usatoday....clinic/1828289/

seriously guys it's totes a patient safety issue though.

up next sb309 to make it mandatory for abortion clinics to own and maintain private air strips to fly patients to hospitals in the event of an emergency for patient safety and stuff.

Do we seriously want to be like Mississippi by legally banning something that the Supreme Court has said must be allowed? Come on now. Mississippi is the asshole of the United States. Do we really want to follow in their footsteps?

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