Supreme Court on Chemical Abortion Law

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Supreme Court on Chemical Abortion Law

Bradley Mattes   |   June 12, 2018

The US Supreme Court has refused to hear the appeal against Arkansas’ law that includes protections for women undergoing chemical abortion pill procedures.  It requires abortionists hold a contract with a physician who has admitting privileges at a hospital and is qualified to treat women with resultant complications.  The Court’s impact on future pro-life legislation is unknown.  Perhaps the greatest good to come from it is highlighting the dangers associated with chemical abortion.  Women have been abandoned by abortionists when serious complications arise.  Studies have shown emergency room admissions for issues like hemorrhaging and incomplete abortion are common.  Contrary to what the abortion industry says, chemical abortion harms women.




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