The Globe and Mail reports on a New Jersey lawsuit:
The nurses have filed a lawsuit against the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey, claiming the institution violated the law earlier this fall by announcing that nurses would have to help with abortion patients before and after the procedure, The Washington Post reports.
The Globe asks “Up to what point should health-care workers be allowed to refuse involvement?”
I’d say they should be allowed to refuse all involvement at every stage. Prepping a woman for an abortion or doing post-op care simply frees up others to do the actual abortions. It’s a bit like giving money to Planned Parenthood and saying it’s not going to the side of the organization that does abortions, ie, not possible.by