Maximum Effort - Seven Cuts from the Offshore Abortion Clinic download album
- Performer: Maximum Effort
- Title: Seven Cuts from the Offshore Abortion Clinic
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: MP2 WMA MOD MMF AHX DXD MP1
- Released: 2015
- Style: Hardcore, Punk
- MP3 album: 1236 mb
- FLAC album: 1921 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 378
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In June 2001, under a cloud-streaked sky, Rebecca Gomperts set out from the Dutch port of Scheveningen in a rented 110-foot ship bound for Ireland. Lashed to the deck was a shipping container, freshly painted light blue and stocked with packets of mifepristone (which used to be called RU-486) and misoprostol. The pills are given to women in the first trimester to induce a miscarriage.
Now, the Louisville clinic and the governor are in a legal battle to decide whether Kentucky will become the first state in the . with no abortion provider at all. Women in Kentucky aren’t the only ones running out of options. Across the country, the number of abortion clinics has been declining for years, and after another clinic closed in West Virginia in January, seven states have just one abortion provider left. An eighth, Arkansas, has only one full-service provider offering both medication and surgical abortions. Directors and physicians at the last clinics in these seven states spoke with VICE News to tell us the history of their practices and describe the challenges they continue to face. Kentucky’s governor is trying to close the EMW Women's Surgical Center in Louisville and make the state the first with no abortion clinic at all.
Twenty-seven US states specifically target clinics that provide abortions with laws called Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers, also known as TRAP laws. They exist to regulate the operation of clinics beyond what is necessary for patients’ safety. There are a wide range of regulations imposed by TRAP laws that require drastic, expensive, or impractical changes for clinicians. Out of the 41 clinics open in Texas at the time, only five fully met the new requirements. It was argued that when nearby clinics close, pregnant patients experience an undue burden to travel upward of 150 miles to the nearest clinic.
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- Mixed By – Ben Hinn
- Recorded By – Ben Hinn