Michigan court prevents woman from seeing judicial bypass file.
This story, courtesy of LifeSite News, is about a woman who had an abortion in Michigan as an underage minor without the knowledge of her parents. She was given a judicial bypass by the courts, even though at the time she was suffering from a mental illness. She wants to see the judicial bypass records, and her abortion records, to determine how that decision was made, and what factors were considered.
Although pro-choice activists would no doubt regard this as being on the slippery slope to the end of Roe, legislation ought to be enacted in every state that has judicial bypass so that when a minor child has a judicial bypass abortion (that is, her parents don't know about the abortion), and later suffers psychiatric or other medical consequences, the state or the abortion clinic should be required to foot the bill for treatment.