WASHINGTON D.C.—More controversy over Texas laws...
The New York Center For Reproductive Rights filed suit in federal court to stop the new Texas law that forces women seeking an abortion to have a sonogram and have details of the fetal image explained to them.
The National Abortion Rights group says the law is unconstitutionally vague, and violates physicians freedom of speech. Calling this an intrusive hijacking of the doctor-patient relationship to advance the anti-choice agenda. Stereotyping women as too incompetent and immature to make important decisions about reproduction.
Religious groups that support the amendment argue the provisions of the newly modified law are important steps toward informed consent.