1)Don't know about you, but an extra 40K in overhead / month would shut down my business pretty quickly. This one person apparently has an unlimited flow of cash.<quoted text>
1.) Roger that. This lady runs 5 and even though the one that IS an ASC costs her 40K/month more to run, it's apparently viable as she hasn't closed it.
2.) That's up to PP national, isn't it? In any event, they can raise funds, right? Donors?
3.) If the law passes, "fair" or not, that'll be the cost of doing business in TX. States regulate some businesses a lot and make it hard to do that type of business there. This isn't new.
4.) That's up to the centers as to what they charge, right?
2) Who knows how much in donations can be raised, in order to keep TX abortion clinics open if they have to become surgicenters? Do you? Does the state? Do the Clinics? 40K, every month, is a lot to expect in donations, especially if it's an ADDITIONAL 40K per month, for EVERY one of them.
3) Texas touts itself as a business-friendly state. Raising the cost of doing business, seems contrary to their business model.
4) Reserving a surgical suite will cost the same, regardless of whether it's for a medical abortion or a surgical one. It's stupid.
This is bad law, and I hope it's stricken down as Unconstitutional.