SCOTUS case could tighten state regs on abortion

SCOTUS case could tighten state regs on abortion

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While abortion opponents insist the regulations protect the safety of women obtaining abortions, supporters of abortion rights say they’re a closeted attempt to force clinics to shutter.

 

Thirty-three-year-old Scott Keller is preparing to defend Texas’ new regulations on abortion providers before the Supreme Court this spring. The 2013 law, which requires clinics to meet ambulatory surgical center standards and says doctors must have hospital admitting privileges, has raised major and contentious legal questions about how …….. read more here.

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