Sunday, August 25, 2013
Ohio Law May Signal New Trend in Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers
Reuters: Possible closure of Ohio clinic shows new tactic in U.S. abortion clash, by George Tanber:
. . . Toledo's Capital Care abortion clinic, the only one in this rust belt city of 285,000, has become the latest front in the national battle over abortion rights, this one centering on a new state law that bars agreements to move women needing emergency care to public hospitals.
Toledo's clinic may have to close because its transfer agreement with a public hospital expired last month and under the new law it cannot renew it. . . .