As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments for and against laws in Texas that raise the standard of care in abortion mills, Wisconsin just had similar laws struck down.
Like Texas, Wisconsin lawmakers sought to raise the standard of care by requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges to nearby hospitals. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit declared the law unconstitutional. One judge didn’t agree. From WORLD:
Judge David Manion dissented, saying the law protects women’s health and doesn’t amount to an undue constitutional burden: “The solution to the plaintiffs’ problems is that they find more qualified doctors, not that the state relax—or that we strike down as unconstitutional—precautions taken by the state to protect the health and safety of pregnant women who have chosen to end their pregnancies.”
Although the so-called right of privacy to kill unborn babies isn’t stated or implied in the Constitution, abortionists have killed millions of people who did have a right to live.