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By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews, March 2, 2020

WASHINGTON, DCIt is difficult to take abortion activists seriously when they claim to protect women’s health and then fight against laws that require abortion facilities to meet basic health and safety standards.

On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments about those safety requirements and whether they violate a women’s access to abortion.

The 2014 Louisiana law at the center of the case requires abortion providers to have hospital admitting privileges to treat patients with emergency complications. If allowed to take effect, it could close shoddy abortion facilities that are not prepared to help patients suffering from emergency complications.

There also is evidence that the abortion facility at the center of the case may be guilty of covering up the sexual abuse of young girls.

But, as News Radio 560KPQ reports, abortion activists suing in June Medical Services v. Russo (previously v. Gee) claim the law is an “undue burden” on access to abortion. The abortion facility Hope Medical Group for Women and the Center for Reproductive Rights are suing to overturn it.  ….

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