The most reasonable questions are controversial when abortion is discussed in Canadian politics
Quebec’s Health Minister is under fire for a proposal to tighten rules for private abortion clinics, forcing him to retreat on the politically volatile issue amid calls for his resignation.
Clinics threatened to close and others protested after Quebec said it would impose stringent new guidelines on them.
The guidelines, contained in a new law, would subject the private abortion clinics to the same standards as clinics that perform procedures such as cataract or hip-replacement surgery. Critics say the move would be costly and create a less welcoming environment for patients.
Why are pro-choicers so terrified about having any sort of discussion about abortion regulation? Oh, right.