I can't tell you how glad I am that the courts said "uggh" to those laws too...<quoted text>
Well let me say Ughh to most of those laws .
I CAN see rquiring it..and maybe the woman signs something that she HAD one... not viewed it..And this can cover the doc in case tge abortion goes bad.
If tests ars done..much as I hate abortion..the woman should always have access to the info ...esp from her OB..
I hete to say this but the measures you say were passed esp tge last sound like something thrown in to make sure they would be overthrown. Or sonething thrown in as a compromise to pass it.
When a simple bill saying that uktrasounds should be the standard of care for abortions and dekiveries eould have sufficed.
Have I said before I dont trust the pols. I dont.
But as far as your last assertion...the laws were made with the specific purpose of furthering the politicians' agenda... the woman's personhood be damned. The politicians were not shy about telling us this, when the Pro-Choice coalition asked many questions about their purpose and efficacy. "We believe they increase the chance that she will choose life," was the answer over and over again. And all of them passed handily in a mostly male, thoroughly Republican senate, and then again in the house. They're still on the books, but they are unenforcible