RED RIVER ORTHODOX: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTH DAKOTA Orthodox Bishops Weigh in on Roe v. Wade and Abortion
Here is a link to the statement from the Assembly of Orthodox Bishops in America:
http://www.assemblyofbishops.org/news/2013/jan-22-roe-vs-wade-anniversary... Posted on 1/31/13 at 4:37 PM
Gov. Mark Dayton has vetoed a bill that would require a doctor to be in the room when a woman takes a pill to induce abortion. Medication abortion is often chosen by women who want to end an early pregnancy because it can be less invasive than surgical abortions.
The Minnesota House has sent Gov. Mark Dayton a bill to require abortion facilities to pay license fees and undergo inspections. The bill would have facilities that perform more than 10 abortions per month pay a $3,712 annual license fee and undergo inspections up to two times per year by the commissioner of health.
An Overland Park, Kan., woman made a disturbing discovery Saturday as she dumped her recycling inside a yellow and green bin in front of Brookridge Elementary School: More than 1,000 private abortion records sat in plain view, dumped on top of magazines and newspapers in a possibly serious violation of federal privacy law.
Regions Hospital in St. Paul will no longer provide elective abortion services with the closure next month of a clinic inside the medical center. The hospital on Friday announced the closure of GYN Special Services Clinic, which in 2010 provided 545 abortions, according to numbers from the Minnesota Department of Health.
Dr. Richard Leigh was focal point for protests following Roe v. Wade Dr. Richard Leigh, the longtime Grand Forks physician who was both praised and vilified as one of North Dakota’s only doctors performing abortions through the 1970s and 1980s, died Thursday at a hospice near his home in the Phoenix, Ariz., area.
The new state law would have taken effect Aug. 1, but Judge Wickham Corwin's order will block enforcement of the law until an Aug. 29 hearing, the Center for Reproductive Rights said in a news release.
Kansas still has one abortion provider, but two others that have had to halt services because they don't have state licenses hoped Friday to persuade a federal judge to block a new licensing law and health department regulations they consider burdensome.
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