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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Democrats let nurses, midwives perform abortions

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California has illegal aliens acting as
lawyers, non-doctors performing abortions,
and sub-humans as politicians.

Comrade Governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill that will allow nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives and physician assistants to perform early abortions.

The legislation by Socialist Democratic Assemblywoman Toni Atkins of San Diego would let those professionals perform what are known as aspiration abortions during the first trimester. The method involves inserting a tube and using suction to terminate a pregnancy.

The Assembly passed the bill on a 50-25 vote in May reports the San Jose Mercury News.

"is the only state to make real progress to protect abortion rights," said Elizabeth Nash, state issues manager for the Guttmacher Institute, a reproductive-rights research group.

"This is just a common sense measure," she said. "The state recognizes that abortion is not always available when needed and that advanced practice clinicians are well-placed to provide those services."

But Brian Johnston, executive director of the California ProLife Council, said the bill "isn't about helping women so much as about promoting abortion."

Johnston said the reason the Legislature had to pass such a law was that enough "honest doctors have read the Hippocratic oath."

"What this is doing is creating a whole new pool of abortionists. It's surgery by people who are not surgeons," said Johnson, who is also the National Right to Life Committee's Western director.

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