March 22, 2019 | Micalah Bilger
Planned Parenthood is suing to force Idaho to allow nurses and midwives to abort unborn babies.
The abortion giant and Legal Voice filed the lawsuit Dec. 14, challenging a state law that requires that abortions be performed by doctors, the Post Falls Press reports.
Idaho is not unusual. Currently, 42 states require that a licensed physician perform abortions, according to the Guttmacher Institute. Abortion activists even acknowledged that these laws were passed to protect women’s health.
However, they now claim that the Idaho law is unconstitutional because it unnecessarily restricts women’s access to abortion. Citing research by pro-abortion activists, their lawsuit argues that nurse practitioners, nurse midwives and physician assistants can “safely and effectively” perform abortions, according to the report.
The lawsuit is a new strategy of the abortion industry, which is hurting for doctors willing to abort unborn babies. There are similar lawsuits challenging laws in Maine and Montana…. (Read more at Life News)
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