Hot News Stories (5/30/14)

The Toledo Blade (Columbus, OH)
The Ohio Attorney General’s Office will stand by its opinion that Toledo’s only remaining family planning clinic is not complying with an anti-choice state law requiring admitting privileges while prohibiting public hospitals to enter such agreements.  A final decision will be made in June.

ABC News (Madison, WI)
A federal judge told a Milwaukee doctor to renew his efforts to gain admitting privileges Thursday, hinting it could resolve a lawsuit alleging the requirements are unconstitutional. The doctor stated he hasn’t had complications that would necessitate a hospital visit in over a decade, but these types of visits are needed to gain admitting privileges.

Huffington Post (USA)
Extremists in the U.S. House of Representatives blocked a vote Thursday that would have added an incest exception to an anti-choice provision in a criminal justice appropriation bill.

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