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Rape victims and errant partiers alike will suffer the wrath of the vagina police wearing Republican clothing. Planned Parenthood suspends non surgical options after Scott Walker approves a regressive law meant to deter the safe effective medical procedure. So now instead of receiving a pill containing hormones designed to induce the shedding of the lining of the uterine wall, just like what happens monthly for billions of women, to end a possible pregnancy after a rape or incest these women will be re-victimized by their Republican overlords. This has no bearing on whether women do get abortions, just whether they will get safe non traumatic abortions in a medical facility.

MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin has suspended non-surgical abortions in response to a new state law that makes it harder for women to have the procedure, a move that followed anti-abortion measures in several Republican-controlled states.

The law, which took effect on Friday, requires women visit a doctor at least three times before having a drug-induced abortion, forces physicians to determine whether women are being coerced into having an abortion and prohibits women and doctors from using web cams during the procedure.

The Coercive and Web Cam Abortion Prevention Act, which was signed by Republican Governor Scott Walker earlier this month, imposes criminal penalties, including a possible prison sentence, for physicians who violate the law.

Are witch trials far behind?

Salem Witch Trials

Originally posted to Sluts on Sun Apr 22, 2012 at 09:04 AM PDT.

Also republished by Badger State Progressive.

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