Judge bars clinic from performing telemedicine abortions
By The Christian Post
A judge in Kansas ruled that a clinic cannot provide telemedicine abortions, or abortions in which a doctor guides a patient via video conference through a medication-induced termination of pregnancy.
Shawnee County District Judge Teresa Watson ruled against the Trust Women Foundation’s request for an injunction blocking implementation of a state law banning telemedicine abortions.
In a decision released Monday, Judge Watson concluded that the abortion clinic “failed to demonstrate here that it or its patients will suffer irreparable injury in the absence of a temporary injunction for the period of time between now and a decision on the merits.”
Source:The Christian Post