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An abortion doctor on the insult of "informed consent" laws and 24-hour wait periods.
November 7, 2007 1:12AM (UTC)
"It's so incredibly insulting. The 24-hour waiting period implies that women don't think about it on their own and have to have the government forcing it on them. To me a lot of the abortion restrictions are about control of women, about power, and it's insulting."
--Dr. Susan Wicklund, author of "This Common Secret: My Journey as an Abortion Doctor," talks to the
New York Times about "informed consent" laws, mandatory wait periods, and other attempts at controlling a woman's right to chose to have an abortion.
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