Recently, North Dakota tried to ban telemed abortions—the practice of administering an abortion pill to a pregnant woman under the long-distance video supervision of a doctor. But a temporary restraining order was put on the law, and so the practice will continue for the time being.
This law has nothing to do with protecting women’s health—it defies reason, science and medical expertise in a clandestine attempt to limit women’s access to abortion.
They say, “Medication abortion is a safe and common use of FDA-approved drugs to induce first-trimester abortions.”
In charity, I’m going to assume they’re...READ MORE