Apologies if this has been seen already. Here's the first paragraph:
"While this week's indictments involving a grisly abortion mill in Philadelphia has shocked many , the grand jury's nearly 300-page report also contains a surprising and little-noted revelation: In the mid-1990s, the administration of Pennsylvania governor Tom Ridge, a pro-choice Republican, ended regular inspections of abortion clinics—a policy that continued until just last year."
My thought: The idea of not causing restrictions to access may have been a good intent. The execution of it here: Abysmal. Any type of medical facility needs frequent inspections, I don't care what kind of services they offer. Not inspecting made this facility as bad a butcher shop as any illegal back-alley clinic pre Roe v Wade.Answer Question
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