April 17, 2012
Schlagwörter: Abtreibung, gov. phil bryant, Mississippi
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant in ein Gesetz unterzeichnet ein Gesetz, das jeden Arzt, der eine Abtreibung im Staat durchführen, um ein Gynäkologie / Geburtshilfe sein will, braucht und haben die Zulassung von Privilegien an einem Bereich Krankenhaus. Der Gouverneur hatte zuvor erklärt, dass er machen wollte Mississippi "Abtreibung frei."
“I believe that all human life is precious, and as governor, I will work to ensure that the lives of the born and unborn are protected in Mississippi,"Gov. Bryant said in a statement on his website. The Governor also stated the bill protects patient safety by requiring physicians to have access to a hospital in the event of complications.
Lt. Governor Tate Reeves has stated the bill should basically close Mississippi’s only abortion clinic.
Mississippi is the eighth state to require providers to have hospital privileges but the first to require they be an OB/GYN.
A Planned Parenthood spokeswoman called the bill a “backdoor ban on abortion” and that it “puts in place requirements that intentionally try to make it impossible for physicians to provide abortion services.”
Über 2,700 babies died as a result of abortion in Mississippi in 2008.