Thanks for answering my questions. Presumably you will be cleaning up the faulty statistics where they originally appear as well? Question.. where in the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act does it insist that abortions after 21 weeks can only be performed for medical reasons? As far as I know (could be wrong, of course), it only banned a specific method of abortion -- one that was often used after 21 weeks, sure, but it was not the only method.
“Partial birth abortion” (again, a misnomer) is pretty much the only type of abortion available after 21 weeks, and at that point the pregnancy is almost definitely wanted.
“Undiagnosed pregnancy is a medical reason, as far as I’m concerned. Being pregnant is itself a medical condition, and not knowing about it that far in can be dangerous.” Perhaps technically, but what you are getting into now could be inadvertently deceitful propaganda. You know well that many will interpret “medical reasons” as something other than “undiagnosed pregnancy”; instead, they will think of the category “fetal/maternal health problems.” Best to be safe wrt honestly educating folks.
Still a health problem, to be sure. Eh, I’ll fix it sometime when I have less on my plate. In case you haven’t noticed, this blog hasn’t been updated much lately except for messages.