Neither of your claims are supported by what the article states.<quoted text>
These are two different aspects of the same piece of legislature. Let's see if we can end the confusion right now:
One provision forces abortions out of clinics and into ambulatory surgery clinics or hospitals.
Another provision requires that doctors performing abortions have hospital admitting privileges.
This is what you claimed I said:
Makes it a little tough for you when you throw your best insults, built all those straw men and in the end-I am not fooled in the least by these idiotic attempts.
You said that the law would move the clinics into hospitals which is not what the law states."
This is the post in which you said I made that claim:
"Death of Tenzing wrote:
That post wasn't about "standards of care", it was about admitting privileges.
They're not trying to apply standards evenly in TX, they're trying to force abortions into surgical centers while not requiring the same for other surgical procedures routinely performed in clinics. I asked Nobama about this several pages ago, he never answered."
Please tell me you're no longer confused.
The law wants the hospital to board certify them.
You need to clarify what you think admitting standards are.
As most of the people offering these services also offer Ob/Gyn services that would on occasion use hospital services, I find this complaint lacking much merit.
So you are still objecting to abortion clinics having the same standards as other ambulatory facilities?
They do not have to move their facilities-as you are claiming- but meet the standards as other facilities offering out patient care. Why you think that an invasive procedure should require any less is not putting women's health first.