Here’s an article from the Associated Press: By Kimberlee Kruesi BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A proposal that would increase reporting requirements for abortion providers is advancing at the GOP-dominated Idaho Statehouse. The bill outlines a list of abortion complications that must be reported by providers, hospitals and clinics to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. This includes complications like infection, blood clots and hemorrhaging — as well as reporting of depression, anxiety and sleeping disorders. "Idaho currently has no enforceable requirement that complications be reported, and the scant reporting that does occur is from abortion providers only," Rep. Greg Chaney, a Republican from Caldwell and co-sponsor of the measure, said in...
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Idaho Senate panel advances abortion information bill