SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — Activists in Kansas and Oklahoma are seeking to outlaw a common abortion technique by using the text of legislative bills to lay bare its graphic details, a tactic that may spread across the U.S.Republican lawmakers in both states are pushing to ban what they call “dismemberment abortion” with language supplied by National Right to Life, a Washington-based advocacy group. Opponents say the bills inaccurately describe what medical literature calls dilation and evacuation, a method used in 96 percent of second-trimester terminations, according to the National Abortion Federation.
Note that the supposed inaccuracies are not listed.
The journalist did not do their job, did they? They should be informing the public of those alleged inaccuracies, so that people can be informed.
I googled several websites to find out what those inaccuracies might be, and could not find any. I could barely find any reaction at all.
I took a look at the bill from Kansas, and at first glance I could not see these inaccuracies.
But abortion supporters, don't let me off the hook. By all means, please explain those inaccuracies.
I'm all ears.