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lightninggod3 t1_j2dwp9r wrote

Okay, that sounds good. Then, this post should be worded differently if abortion doctors can still be charged with malpractice.


PuellaBona t1_j2e1rc9 wrote

You realize that abortion isn't a specialty. There's no such thing as "abortion doctor"


lightninggod3 t1_j2e1uk6 wrote

The post literally says "abortion doctors"...


PuellaBona t1_j2e6ms1 wrote

That doesn't make it real.


lightninggod3 t1_j2e6yb4 wrote

Okay... However you read "abortion doctors" in the post, read it as though I'm mentioning the same doctors in my mention of "abortion doctors". Thanks.


meekaANDmochi t1_j2e7m9m wrote

Abortions are one of the safest medical procedures you can have.


lightninggod3 t1_j2e83m3 wrote

Cool, and if the doctor fucked it up, patients should be able to sue. Thanks


meekaANDmochi t1_j2e8c30 wrote

Obviously. This has absolutely nothing to do with that though. You should look up the statistics on abortions. It’s one of the safest medical procedures out there. I don’t know why you’re spouting off about medical malpractice.


lightninggod3 t1_j2e900e wrote

Abortion doctors can’t be charged under Arizona is the post right? I'm making the point that the post is incorrect in saying this as malpractice exists and so the post is wrong. I don’t know why you care


meekaANDmochi t1_j2e9ok4 wrote

You’re not very bright, are you? The article is saying they can’t be charged criminally for performing abortions within the 15 weeks allowed by the law. Malpractice is not a criminal offense. It is a civil offense. This ruling has no bearing on medical malpractice. You’re fighting an imaginary fight. Did you even read the article?


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xAtlas5 t1_j2eh0fn wrote

You could have just said "the headline sucks" instead of going on a rant about malpractice suits. Did you even bother to read the article?


FireproofSolid3 t1_j2el7yj wrote

It only sucks because you read it wrong. You don't "charge" someone for malpractice. It means something specific in this case.


MoonageDayscream t1_j2ezw9g wrote

It's you, not the headline. You are so focused on your silly narrative you can't see it makes perfect sense. As the headline states, this law cannot be used to prosecute doctors for abortions. That has absolutely no effect on the other laws (like malpractice) that a doctor could be prosecuted under. It most certainly does not say that a doctor can't be charged under any law, just that they can't be charged with violating this one, pre statehood, law.