NEW YORK — As New York debates Gov. Andrew Cuomo's proposed bill to strengthen legal abortion, a new survey shows that 75% of locals oppose the bill's provision allowing non-doctors to perform abortions.
“Gov. Cuomo’s proposed changes in New York's abortion laws are clearly out of the political mainstream,” Greg Pfundstein, president of the New York City-based Chiaroscuro Foundation, said Feb. 13.
“While it is difficult to imagine having even less abortion regulation in New York, Gov. Cuomo's special-interest allies in the abortion lobby have come up with a few ideas, and they are all extremely unpopular.”
The Chiaroscuro Foundation commissioned the McLaughlin & Associates survey...READ MORE