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_creationDateApril 20, 2007 9:16:28 PM
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AuthorWalter M. Weber
SourceNational Review
DateApril 20, 2007
URLhttp://article.nationalreview.com/?q=MjYzZGVkMTExZDFhY2JiNTMyMDJmNzFmMjJlMjRmZDQ=
Quote"For far too long abortionists have been treated as exempt from the rules that apply to other physicians. Not only do they literally “get away with murder,” they also frequently get away with malpractice. Courts, meanwhile, have tended to bow to whatever “Doctor” says: if the doctor supports or practices abortion, that doctor’s testimony about what is or is not a valid safety concern has been treated as virtually infallible."
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A Sane Decision by Walter M. Weber (National Review, April 20, 2007) (view)

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TopicGonzales v. Carhart
Position_fragmentSupreme Court was correct in its ruling
PositionGonzales v. Carhart / Supreme Court was correct in its ruling
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Supreme Court was correct in its ruling

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