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Monday, March 31, 2003



Abortion legislation in Michigan

Detroit News: This article reviews a number of laws that take effect in Michigan today that pro-choice activists would describe as "chipping away at Roe".

One of the laws requires that infants who survive abortion be given medical treatment...the abortion provider is supposed to call 911. It's interesting, isn't it, that the abortion provider isn't personally required to provide medical care to the infant? Maybe they forget how?

One of the laws in the package has been put on hold for at least a month while judicial review occcurs. There is already a 24-hour-waiting period in Michigan. This law would prohibit abortion clinics from mandating that their clients pay for the abortion on the first visit to the clinic.

If you read the article, you will see that one of the claims made against this provision by pro-choice activists is that it would put abortion providers out of business.

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