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Abortion given preference by Supreme Court over all other medical procedures


Abortion given preference by Supreme Court over all other medical procedures
Washington Times

Certainly women seeking abortion no longer have the right to expect quality care now that five ideologically driven, appointed-for-life justices have decided that access to abortion is more important than patient safety. Abortion profiteers all over the country who are subjected to the onerous burdens of clinic standards and hospital admitting privileges for their doctors are no doubt spending this week deciding how to cut patient safety standards in an effort to increase profit.But what about those who operate ambulatory surgery centers? Why should they have hallways and exam rooms big enough to fit gurneys? Why must their physicians have hospital admitting privileges? Is it really necessary to sterilize equipment after every patient?These are the standards that Amy Hagstrom Miller, owner of a chain of abortion clinics in five states, including three in Texas, decided she could not meet, but which ambulatory surgery centers in the state must:• The construction and design, including plumbing, heating, lighting, ventilation, and other design standards necessary to ensure the health and safety of patients.

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