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bd2999

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HammerTime

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Subj: Re: Late Term Abortion - New York
Posted: Wed Feb 06, 2019 at 11:32:43 am CST (Viewed 104 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Late Term Abortion - New York
Posted: Wed Feb 06, 2019 at 11:25:06 am CST (Viewed 103 times)

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    I don't, but I am skeptical that will be a major problem. That it is hypothetically possible is just not enough for me. Knowing that there are rare but legit medical reasons for it.

    You also need to stop asking loaded questions. It could make that legal. That does not mean it would happen. It has restrictions that depend on the doctor.


By loaded you mean questions that make you painfully uncomfortable because it exposes you?


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    Reading your thoughts on it, sounds like everything will be deemed needed to end the pregnancy at the drop of a hat for any reason and that is not the case at all.

    I pointed out to you and MysterMan, that there are reasons that a pregnancy would have to be terminated after a given cut-off that are medically valid.

    Like it or not.


Stop hiding.

Here's what changed in the New York law that I specified in my original post.

- After 24 weeks, such decisions must be made with a determination that the procedure is “necessary to protect the patient’s life or health.” Previously, abortions after 24 weeks were justified only in cases where the mother’s life was at risk.

Specify what was wrong with the previous law, and what additional "medical procedures" are necessary for late term abortion that the old law couldn't provide assistance for.

Specify here (if you have the guts): _________



To me both the laws are fine. The new one expands it. I do not see any issue with concerns about the mother's life and health.

You do, because you think there will be an epidemic of abortion because doctor's will start to perform abortions on women with depression or issues not related to the life of the baby or mother.

Which the law does not say and is not supported by medical need.

Rant all you want. You brought up a loaded hypothetical.

Reading your own article, there is no cause for concern. You are making it be one when it need not be. It changes criminal penalties and makes exceptions for the life and health of the mother.

Seems common sense to me.




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