Planned Parenthood asks Supreme Court to place hold on Texas abortion restrictions

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: November 4, 2013 - 10:34 AM

WASHINGTON — Planned Parenthood asked the Supreme Court Monday to place Texas' new abortion restrictions on hold.

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iowasenseNov. 4, 1311:38 AM

If something should go wrong and they need to admit their patient to a hospital could they do so without admitting privileges at that hospital? That is the first question and how much time would be lost in explaining to another physician what needs to be done in order to save their life? If the patient happens to be under the age of consent for other surgeries how much time could be wasted in obtaining that consent from a parent or guardian? Having privileges at the local hospital could be the difference in life or death for that young lady.

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kinnickNov. 4, 13 1:03 PM

iowanonsense!

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openconceptNov. 4, 13 1:06 PM

I always thought liberals were big on regulations...unless it seems it involves abortion. Than anything goes.

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elling32Nov. 4, 13 1:16 PM

would the young lady that can no longer afford the legal abortion and had to go to a hack be admitted to an emergency ward if something went wrong? Of course she would. GOP, stop pretending to worry so much about our health. We can all see it for what it is, nothing but a delaying/denying/outlawing tactic.

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jgmanciniNov. 4, 13 1:22 PM

"If something should go wrong and they need to admit their patient to a hospital could they do so without admitting privileges at that hospital?"-------Roe v Wade has been in effect since 1973. That's 40 years. And it hasn't been an issue so far. Do you really think anyone buys the story that it's an issue now?

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ironman1Nov. 4, 13 1:34 PM

If people don't want an abortion then don't have one. R v W set up reasonable restrictions. This law is insane. If my wife were raped she would be forced to give birth? Crazy wacko birds make laws like this!

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ironman1Nov. 4, 13 1:35 PM

BTW... Did you read the article about Rick Perry's wife being pro-choice?

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A440Nov. 4, 13 2:37 PM

The logic of liberal promotion of abortion is: It's OK to kill them, until it's no longer OK to kill them. Hospitals won't give admitting priviledges to "hack" practitioners of any branch of medicine. Abortionists don't want the accountability that admission priviledges would entail.

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