Sunday, February 18, 2007
I was going to post a catch-us-up on the Tennessee bill requiring death certificates for all abortions, including the interesting tidbit that the state does issue death certificates for certain miscarriages, those at 22 weeks gestation or 500 grams, and how if this criteria were applied to abortions, less than 2% of the abortions performed would qualify for reporting. But over at the Women's Health News blog, Rachel does a great, and comprehensive, initial post, and then follows it up with a look at Rep. Campfield's blog and response to criticism. Why reinvent the wheel, when it's been done so well the first time around?
Posted by Kelly Hills I'm reading: Following up on Tennessee's Abortion Death Certificate BillTweet this! at 12:03 PM