|Action||Regulations for Licensure of Abortion Facilities|
|Comment Period||Ends 3/29/2013|
This regulation is simply common sense
What possible grounds could there be to objecting to clean, sanitary, and safe buildings in which a surgical operation is being performed?
The state has a duty to protect the health and safety of all its citizens; if certain abortion providers are unwilling to meet basic standards for safety and hygience, they should not be in business.
For those who are concerned about the financial impact on sub-standard providers, there are undoubtedly individuals and organizations who can assist them with loans or donations.