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The abortion battle has opened a new front. Now the American Medical Association (AMA), the nation’s largest association of physicians, has entered the fight on the side of the abortion industry. The AMA is suing North Dakota to halt the implementation of two parts of a law related to abortion and informed consent.
Make no mistake: They did not enter on the side of women, and most definitely not the side of babies. They have chosen to support abortion and to do so to the detriment of the women they purport to serve.
They say they are all about choice, unless that choice is to back out of the abortion. In doing so, the AMA has taken a position on abortion that is unmoored from their own code of ethical conduct.
It begins with understanding informed consent and its relevance to a new state law.
Requiring That Patients be Accurately Informed
North Dakota has enacted a law that requires two things. Neither place any sort of “undue burden” on the “constitutional” right for women to have an abortion, as opponents claim.