Supreme Court’s abortion ruling to affect laws in Kansas, Missouri


EARLY AS THIS WEEK. MICHAEL MAHONEY EXPLAINS. MICHAEL: THE JUSTICES RULED REQUIRING ABORTION CLINIC TO MEET THE AMBULATORY SURGICAL STANDARDS OF HOSPITALS AND HAVING THEIR DOCTORS GRANTED ADMITTING PRIVILEGES AT LOCAL HOSPITALS, IS A VEILED ATTEMPT AT RESTRICTING ACCESS TO ABORTIONS. IT IS THE GREATEST DECISION WE HAVE HAD IN 20 YEARS. MICHAEL: LAURA MCQUADE OF THE REGIONAL PLANNED PARENTHOOD OFFICE.>>IT IS REALLY DISAPPOINTING TODAY, THAT ON THE ISSUE OF WOMEN THAT THE SUPREME COURT WENT SOUTH. MICHAEL: PLANNED PARENTHOOD’S FIRST TEST OF THE NEW LEGAL LANDSCAPE MAY BE HERE. THE ABORTION FACILITY IN COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. IT WAS CLOSED LATE LAST YEAR WHEN THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI HOSPITAL REFUSED ADMITTING PRIVILEGES FOR THE CLINIC’S DOCTOR. ONE OF THE VERY ISSUES THE HIGH COURT RULED ON TODAY.>>IN THE NEXT 48-TO-72 HOURS, WE FEEL WE WILL HAVE DEVELOPED A CLEAR LEGAL PATHWAY. MICHAEL: REFERRING TO THE COLUMBIA CAS KANSAS HAS VERY SIMILAR LAWS, AS WELL, BUT THEY’RE IN SUSPENSION AS PLANNED PARENTHOOD CHALLENGES THE REGULATIONS IN COURT. SO AS A RESULT OF THIS DECISION, LOOKING FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD

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