abortion-inducing drug


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Synonyms for abortion-inducing drug

a drug (or other chemical agent) that causes abortion

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In Oklahoma, HB 2561 made it legal to sue abortion providers, or anyone who prescribes abortion-inducing drugs, if they do not abide by a law requiring women to undergo an ultrasound and fetal heartbeat monitoring session prior to the operation.
The legislation bans abortion at 20 weeks post-fertilization and recognizes that the state has a compelling interest to protect fetuses from pain; requires doctors performing abortions to have hospital admitting privileges within 30 miles of the facility; requires doctors to administer the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 in person, rather than allow the woman to take it at home; and requires abortions - including drug-induced ones - to be performed in ambulatory surgical centers.
Another provision of the bill, which requires doctors to administer the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 in person, rather than allowing the woman to take a second dosage at home, came under fire from Sen.
HB 2 contains four main provisions: It would ban abortion at 20 weeks post-fertilization and recognize that the state has a compelling interest to protect fetuses from pain; require doctors performing abortions to have hospital admitting privileges within 30 miles of the facility; require doctors to administer the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 in person, rather than allow the woman to take it at home; and require abortions - including drug-induced ones - to be performed in ambulatory surgical centers.
Senate Bill 1 and its companion, House Bill 2, would ban abortion at 20 weeks post-fertilization and recognize that the state has a compelling interest to protect fetuses from pain; require doctors performing abortions to have hospital admitting privileges within 30 miles of the facility; require doctors to administer the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 in person, rather than allow the woman to take it at home; and require abortions - including drug-induced ones - to be performed in ambulatory surgical centers.
HB 2, and its companion, Senate Bill 1, would ban abortion at 20 weeks post-fertilization and recognize that the state has a compelling interest to protect fetuses from pain; require doctors performing abortions to have hospital admitting privileges within 30 miles of the facility; require doctors to administer the abortion-inducing drug RU-486 in person, rather than allow the woman to take it at home; and require abortions - including drug-induced ones - to be performed in ambulatory surgical centers.
The measure also would require doctors who administer the abortion-inducing drug, RU-486, do so in person.
Their lawsuit claims the mandate infringes on the Wielands' religious liberty--(they are identified in the appeals court ruling as "devout Roman Catholics")-under the First Amendment, because it provides health insurance coverage of abortion-inducing drugs and birth control to their teenage and adult daughters, which conflicts with their sincerely held religious beliefs.
Unless and until such a time when abortion-inducing drugs are no longer required to be dispensed by physicians, physicians must do so within the confines of the standard of care.
Today's ruling means that Holland and his dealership Joe Holland Chevrolet is no longer required to provide abortion-inducing drugs to their employees.
Pavone told The Washington Post that completing the form would amount to the organization supporting access to birth control and abortion-inducing drugs, even though most medical professionals say that none of the drugs covered by the birth control mandate induce abortions.
18) SBA List also refers to the guarantee as an "Abortion Drug Mandate," (9) while the Heritage Foundation says it requires "coverage of abortion-inducing drugs and devices.
The Catholic Benefits Association (CBA), representing nearly 200 Catholic employers and 19,000 employees nationwide, filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma earlier today to stop the mandate by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that would force the faith-based employers to violate their religiously-held beliefs and the teachings of the Catholic Church by providing health insurance coverage for surgical sterilizations, contraceptive drugs, and abortion-inducing drugs so as to be in compliance with the Affordable Care Act.
For now, at least, no one faces imprisonment for refusing to participate in an arrangement whereby contraceptives, abortion-inducing drugs, and sterilization will be covered by "health" insurance, provided free of charge to his or her employees as a condition of their employment.
As WOAI in San Antonio reported, a federal judge in Houston also ruled on Friday that two universities, East Texas Baptist University and Houston Baptist University, will be exempt from a provision in the federal Affordable Care Act that requires employers to provide coverage for contraception and abortion-inducing drugs in employees' health plans.