At least one of you attempted to respond..
All of this information is readily available to any person who wants it. Any woman who wants to have the info can have it. There is no reason to delay the procedure for an additional 24 hours as this probably not a decision made spontaneously
Oh, so most people walk in and on the spot get an abortion? No need in sceduling an abortion? I believe you are wrong.
The information is NOT readily available. You have to dig to find it.
So I ask the question again... Since it is the LAW, why would planned parenthood want to block giving that information?
no one is keeping anyone in the dark. The information is readily available for anyone who wants it.
You are wrong. Are you telling me that every person in the US has access to the internet on a readily basis?
Abortions are promoted as a safe procedure. There is no need for that information to not be freely given. NONE. And the thought of another human being spouting that if they want the information they should go look for it is more than sickening!
All surgeries are high risk. Since abortion is considered a surgery, it should not be viewed any differently.
WHAT!!! Don't even down play the difference in this surgery vs others.
No other surgeries effect a woman as much as this does... not can, DOES. NONE! So again, tell me why you would want to block the information as mandated by the law? WHAT PURPOSE DOES IT SERVE?
The person seeking the procedure. If it is covered under their insurance plan then fine, if not, it should be paid for out of pocket
Oh, so the APA does not cover that?
SO you, nor any of those here in support of women's right to choose have answered the question..
WHY block that information? What purpose does it serve? It's certainly not the woman. It's big business.
In 2001, the average cost was 495 per. Now it's closer to 695. That JUST the surgery. We abort 1.2 million every year. Over a billion dollar industry.
No excuses for not informing the woman about the risks...