AMA Joins Abortion Fight, Battling Anti-Abortion Laws in North Dakota

North Dakota, one of the six states that have only one abortion facility left in the state, passed laws regarding required information to be expressed to prospective abortion clients, drawing fire from the AMA as forced speech. (Daily Mail photo)

The Daily Mail – The American Medical Association – usually on the sidelines in controversial, political debacles – has waded into the debate over abortion access by suing to block anti-abortion laws in North Dakota.

The group, representing all board-certified physicians in the US, said it now feels compelled to get involved to prevent ethical violations. It is doing so by suing the state of North Dakota, where, as of August 1, doctors will be obliged to tell patients that medical abortions can be reversed.

The group also sues to block another law, ordering doctors to tell any woman considering an abortion that they will be terminating “the life of a whole, separate, unique, living human being.”

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