Supreme Court Restores FDA Rule: Women Must Pick Up Abortion Drugs In Person

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Supreme Court Restores FDA Rule: Women Must Pick Up Abortion Drugs In Person

By Cheryl Sullenger Washington, D.C – The U.S. Supreme Court has restored a Food and Drug Administration rule that requires women to report to a hospital, clinic, or doctor’s office in order to receive abortion-inducing drugs, thanks to an appeal by the Trump Administration.

Abortion Pill By Mail Study Has Population Control Motive

By Cheryl Sullenger Last fall, troubling details began to surface of a new study that is testing a new telemedicine delivery system for abortion drugs. Operation Rescue took a look into the new experimental abortion scheme. Abortions using telemedicine, often referred to as “webcam abortions,” began in 2008 with another experimental program at Planned Parenthood clinics in Iowa.

Ohio Enacts Law Prohibiting Telemedicine Abortion | National Review

Over the weekend, Ohio governor Mike DeWine signed a bill that prevents physicians from prescribing medical-abortion drugs during a telemedicine visit. Instead, physicians are required to do so during an in-person visit, and women who obtain the chemical-abortion drugs must take the first of two pills in the presence of the physician.

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