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MN Legislative Malpractice

Bradley Mattes   |   June 05, 2015

Here’s a case of legislative malpractice. The Minnesota State Senate killed a bill that was very simple and basic in protecting women who go in for abortions. It would’ve required abortion facilities be licensed by the state and have up to two unannounced inspections each year. But the pro-abortion lobby fought against even the slightest protection for women because it hurts the bottom line—filling their pockets with blood money. What are some of the places in the state required to be licensed? Hair salons and tattoo parlors. But in an abortion facility where invasive surgery takes place, there’s zero regulation. In the wake of the hack abortionist, Kermit Gosnell, this action by the State Senate is extreme and puts Minnesota’s women, not to mention their babies, at high risk.

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