The parade of anti-abortion legislation continues unabated. Progress came yesterday on a three-day waiting period, up from two, for women seeking
SB 448, which has passed the Senate, is on the agenda of a House committee today and likely will receive the usual salute anti-abortion bills get in the legislature (multiple polls indicating continued majority support for preservation of abortion rights notwithstanding). This little
Irony alert: The legislature is poised to let optometrists rather than a medical doctor slice up your eyeballs. It is rapidly expanding the types of medicines and shots pharmacists can pass out without seeing a medical doctor. Nurses? More medical practice is in the cards for them at the legislature. But let a trained and licensed physician prescribe a pill for a purpose that’s legal but which the Arkansas legislature opposes? Not going to happen.
Just remember. None of this is about